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[DKFZ-2022-02261] Journal Article (Review Article)
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Artificial intelligence in histopathology: enhancing cancer research and clinical oncology.
Nature cancer 3(9), 1026 - 1038 () [10.1038/s43018-022-00436-4]  GO
Artificial intelligence (AI) methods have multiplied our capabilities to extract quantitative information from digital histopathology images. AI is expected to reduce workload for human experts, improve the objectivity and consistency of pathology reports, and have a clinical impact by extracting hidden information from routinely available data. [...]
[DKFZ-2022-01069] Journal Article
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Benchmarking weakly-supervised deep learning pipelines for whole slide classification in computational pathology.
Artificial intelligence (AI) can extract visual information from histopathological slides and yield biological insight and clinical biomarkers. Whole slide images are cut into thousands of tiles and classification problems are often weakly-supervised: the ground truth is only known for the slide, not for every single tile. [...]
[DKFZ-2022-00845] Journal Article
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Swarm learning for decentralized artificial intelligence in cancer histopathology.
Nature medicine 28(6), 1232-1239 () [10.1038/s41591-022-01768-5]  GO
Artificial intelligence (AI) can predict the presence of molecular alterations directly from routine histopathology slides. However, training robust AI systems requires large datasets for which data collection faces practical, ethical and legal obstacles. [...]
DBCoverage [DKFZ-2022-00416] Journal Article
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Artificial intelligence for detection of microsatellite instability in colorectal cancer-a multicentric analysis of a pre-screening tool for clinical application.
ESMO open 7(2), 100400 () [10.1016/j.esmoop.2022.100400]  GO
Microsatellite instability (MSI)/mismatch repair deficiency (dMMR) is a key genetic feature which should be tested in every patient with colorectal cancer (CRC) according to medical guidelines. Artificial intelligence (AI) methods can detect MSI/dMMR directly in routine pathology slides, but the test performance has not been systematically investigated with predefined test thresholds.We trained and validated AI-based MSI/dMMR detectors and evaluated predefined performance metrics using nine patient cohorts of 8343 patients across different countries and ethnicities.Classifiers achieved clinical-grade performance, yielding an area under the receiver operating curve (AUROC) of up to 0.96 without using any manual annotations. [...]
[DKFZ-2021-02144] Journal Article
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Weakly supervised annotation-free cancer detection and prediction of genotype in routine histopathology.
Deep Learning is a powerful tool in computational pathology: it can be used for tumor detection and for predicting genetic alterations based on histopathology images alone. Conventionally, tumor detection and prediction of genetic alterations are two separate workflows. [...]

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