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Over the past decade, artificial intelligence (AI) has contributed substantially to the resolution of various medical problems, including cancer. Deep learning (DL), a subfield of AI, is characterized by its ability to perform automated feature extraction and has great power in the assimilation and evaluation of large amounts of complicated data. On the basis of a large quantity of medical data and novel computational technologies, AI, especially DL, has been applied in various aspects ofdoi:10.1002/cac2.12215 pmid:34613667 pmcid:PMC8626610 fatcat:nt5z4icazfarhhensa7lyoy2e4