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AI in Pathology and Paediatrics

Hello friends, This week's podcast episode is with Professor Neil Sebire—possibly one of the most int
AI in Pathology and Paediatrics
By Mustafa Sultan • Issue #2 • View online
Hello friends,
This week’s podcast episode is with Professor Neil Sebire—possibly one of the most interesting people I’ve met. He’s a Professor of Pathology who has accepted his impending redundancy from AI image recognition.
“I think it would be a disaster if I retire before I’m made redundant”
He’s also the Chief Research Information Officer at Great Ormond Street (Children’s) Hospital. We speak about the future of pathology and paediatrics in the context of the digital boom, how he partnered with Microsoft to build his hospital in Minecraft and his tips for academic excellence and getting published widely.
The podcast is available on Apple, Spotify and everywhere else.

‎Big Picture Medicine: AI in Paediatrics and Pathology—Professor Neil Sebire Chief Research Information Officer at GOSH on Apple Podcasts
What I'm Reading
What makes people succeed? Professor Angela Duckworth makes the case that natural talent has been overplayed—and it is in fact grit and determination that are key. She points to a 1940 Harvard study in which men in their 20s were put on a treadmill and their endurance measured.
Following this, they received two-yearly questionnaires until their 60s, measuring their income, social activities and reported life satisfaction. The result? Those with higher endurance lived more accomplished lives (even when controlling for fitness).
“The only thing I see that is distinctively different about me is that: I’m not afraid to die on a treadmill. I will not be outworked, period. You might have more talent than me, you might be smarter, you might be sexier. But if we get on the treadmill together, there’s two things: You’re getting off first or I’m going to die. It’s really that simple” — Will Smith
Grit by Angela Duckworth
Feel free to email back with any thoughts, comments or suggested guests.
All the best,
GOSH in Minecraft
GOSH in Minecraft
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