"... the algorithm scored 91% as well as the doctors, in terms of sensitivity (catching all the cancerous lesions)..."
Great, it only killed 9% of the people! Let's start using this magnificent technology! Think of the money that will be saved!
A fundamental problem with computers doing medicine is that it reduces the number of people in medicine and therefore the advance of diagnostics and technique. Computers don't push anything forward. Use too many computers and you will freeze medicine in place at some steady level of knowledge.
One man's "magic" is another man's engineering. "Supernatural" is a null word. -- Robert Heinlein