Welcome to Science for Artificial Intelligence
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has garnered a lot of media attention in the last year, with many high-profile persons voicing their thoughts around the risks/benefits AI brings. Despite the recent media attention, AI has actually been around for a while and is already being used in some areas of the NHS. One example is with histopathology, where AI has been used to aid analysis of tissue sections and help work through the backlog of cases created by the pandemic. In addition AI is being investigated as a tool with genetic analysis within the NHS and many other areas are now looking to engage with AI. Whether we like it or not, AI is here to stay and we need to manage its use carefully to ensure we reap benefits and avoid pitfalls associated with it. We encourage you to use your imagination about how scientists might make further use of AI in healthcare over the next few years.
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