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UW Pathology Grand Rounds Series
1st and/or 3rd Wednesdays, 1:30-2:30 PM, presented online via Zoom.
David Rogers, B.E.E., M.D. - "Touching the Future: A Hands-on Experience with Augmented Intelligence in Anatomic Pathology"
Date of activity: 12/1/2021

David Rogers, B.E.E., M.D.
Assistant Professor
Department of Laboratory Medicine & Pathology
University of Washington
VAHCS Puget Sound

1. Define and differentiate the concepts of machine learning (ML) and augmented intelligence (AI)
2. Predict how ML and AI may be used in the future practice of anatomic pathology
3. Understand some of the challenges (technical, regulatory, economic, ethical) to deploying machine learning and augmented intelligence in anatomic pathology

Speaker disclosures: Dr. David Rogers has NOT had any financial relationships with any ineligible entities within the past 24 months.

Planning Committee Disclosure:
The following members have not had any financial relationships with any ineligible entities in the past 24 months: Drs. Rebecca Alvarez, Eleanor Chen, Lisa Koch, Jose Mantilla, Elizabeth Parker, Maria Tretiakova, Larry True, James Malleis, and Trent Irwin.

The following members disclose financial relations with ineligible entities within the past 24 months: Dr Shreeram Akilesh discloses a financial relationship (speaker honorarium) with GoldfinchBio, Inc.; Dr. Haodong Xu discloses a financial relationship with PathomIQ (consultant).

All relevant financial relationships listed have been mitigated.
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