AI Streamlines Cancer Pathology Reporting at Oak Ridge Lab – Mirage News

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AI-driven attention mechanisms aid in streamlining cancer pathology reporting.
ORNL researchers are using attention mechanisms to maximize AI’s capabilities in the scanning of medical texts, which can drastically reduce the time needed for cancer incidence reporting. Credit: Getty images

Artificial Intelligence researchers have taken a major step forward in using AI in the fight against cancer.

In partnership with the National Cancer Institute, or NCI, researchers from the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s Modeling Outcomes for Surveillance using Scalable Artificial Intelligence, or MOSSAIC, are building on their groundbreaking work to circumvent the information log jam for nationwide cancer reporting.

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