RE: Jürgen Görtler, Klaus Kayser, Stephan Borkenfeld, Rita Carvalho, Gian Kayser. Cognitive Algorithms and Digitized Tissue-based Diagnosis. Diagnostic Pathology 2017, 3:248
Large Format Histology, Whole Slide Imaging and Multi-Criteria Decision Making
Several algorithms can be used in “Cognitive Algorithms and Digitized Tissue-based Diagnosis”. As revised by Dr. Jürgen Görtler et al, these can be grouped can be grouped in ‘self learning’, self promoting’, ‘self targeting’, ‘self exploring’ and ‘self networking’ . We agree with Dr. Jürgen Görtler and his group in identifying promising similarities in the methods developed for situation assessment and tactical decision making in self-driving cars and in those needed for automated diagnostics.
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