No we don’t. With VAIDR, you can implement morphological assays on bright-field images without writing a single line of code or having to know the first thing about machine learning.
But that doesn’t mean human imaging specialists will be out of a job any time soon.
There will always be innovative high-value projects that ask new questions and require new methods or new approaches. We’re data scientists ourselves and we’d much rather spend our time on projects like that than running the same ML pipeline on a slightly different dataset for the ump-teenth time, no matter how exciting and valuable the results are from the biological point of view.