Machine learning of artificial intelligence for staining human tissue samples began to be used by scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), reports Rossaprimavera.
According to the report, doctors receive tissue samples from patients at biopsy. Tissue samples are stained in a special way, which allows a microscope to better examine the sample and detect pathology. In particular, the method is used to detect oncology, notes NIX Solutions.
Scientists decided to teach artificial intelligence to this method of dyeing tissues. For this, the neural network using machine learning on already stained samples was “taught” to stain tissues. As a result, it turned out that 90-96% of samples stained with artificial intelligence coincide with samples painted by hand.
Also, the dye used by artificial intelligence can be removed after use. This allows you to use one tissue sample several times.