An artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm improved the performance of nonradiology physicians and even thoracic radiologists for detecting malignant pulmonary nodules on chest radiographs. By Erik L. Ridley, AuntMinnie staff writer
Researchers from the U.K. have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm capable of accurately detecting and rating the severity of brain lesions on CT scans of patients presenting with stroke or dementia. By Abraham Kim, AuntMinnie.com staff writer
Yes, artificial intelligence (AI) will likely be a useful adjunct for radiologists and increase their productivity. But AI's greatest effect may be to usher in a new role for radiologists as information managers by Erik L. Ridley, AuntMinnie
The past year has witnessed huge advances in the development of artificial intelligence (AI) for healthcare applications. What impact will this new generation of AI software have on radiology? Dr. Paul Chang of the University of Chicago offers his thoughts in this interview. From www.auntminnie.com
Radiologists are being told they need to interact more with patients, but this is easier said than done. What are the barriers that can impede radiologist-patient interaction, and how can they be overcome? Dr. Jennifer Kemp of Diversified Radiology in Colorado gives some suggestions. From www.auntminnie.com
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