One Day, They'll Laugh at the Idea that People Analyzed Images | GenomeWeb

This story from Wired reports on work from scientists at the University of California, San Diego, who are working to improve the automatic analysis and cataloging of images. While still in early stages, that kind of work is just what researchers say is necessary to make bioimaging tools more useful.

 

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