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Artificial intelligence can detect existing cancers and identify people at high risk of developing the disease before it sets in. It has its merits in healthcare, but many are worried about the consequences it can bring upon the field, from producing biased outcomes to taking over radiologists’ jobs. This article explains what AI can do in the cancer detection and treatment field and which challenges it presents. The FDA approved an AI-powered pathology product for cancer, Paige Prostate, in September 2021, by working together with FullFocus digital pathology viewer.