The success of artificial intelligence relies on the hard work, problem-solving, ingenuity, and, well, intelligence of the humans programming the logic and algorithms that allow machines to “think” about complex problems that require more than simple calculations at rapid speed. Hari Trivedi, MD, assistant professor at the Department of Radiology and Imaging Services at Emory University, describes the tedious process of teaching a computer to predict or detect breast cancer based on variable inputs.