Artificial intelligence and cancer

Filtered through the analytical power of artificial intelligence, the wealth of available biomedical data promises to revolutionize cancer research, diagnosis and care. In this Viewpoint, six experts discuss some of the challenges, exciting developments and future questions arising at the interface of machine learning and oncology.

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Correspondence to Olga Troyanskaya or Zlatko Trajanoski or Anne Carpenter or Sebastian Thrun or Narges Razavian or Nuria Oliver.

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Troyanskaya, O., Trajanoski, Z., Carpenter, A. et al. Artificial intelligence and cancer. Nat Cancer 1, 149–152 (2020).

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