The revolving door for AI and pathologists—docendo discimus?

Simone L. Van Es, Anant Madabhushi


Dietz and Pantanowitz (1) present a well-explained and informative viewpoint on the history, theory, and science behind, as well as, current and potential future uses and challenges of, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML), for pathology. They emphasize the importance of development of a “killer suite” of AI applications whose use is evidence-based, that will accelerate acceptance and integration of digital pathology (DP) into diagnostic practice. This is an invited reflection on their editorial content with reference to findings from other groups.