Using pathology data from Twitter, researchers have built a visual-language model for classifying and retrieving histopathology images — representing a milestone in the development of multifunctional foundational artificial intelligence models in computational pathology.
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Lu, M.Y., Chen, B. & Mahmood, F. Harnessing medical twitter data for pathology AI. Nat Med 29, 2181–2182 (2023). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41591-023-02530-1