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  • Artificial intelligence will cause “paradigm shift” in IR practice

    Clinicians are calling for increased collaboration between computer scientists, biomedical engineers and interventional radiologists as machine learning is posited to play a more prominent role in interventional radiology (IR) procedures, from informing the initial diagnosis, through to patient selection and intraprocedural guidance. In a recent primer published in The Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology (JVIR), Brian Letzen, Clinton Wang and Julius Chapiro, all of the Yale School of Medicine, New Haven, USA, outline the clinical applications of machine learning for IRs, and visualise a future where artificial intelligence (AI) enables the elevation of the discipline to become, in Chapiro’s words, “the epitome of personalised medicine”.

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  • AI in Tumor Diagnostics, Treatment and Follow-up

    AI in Tumor Diagnostics, Treatment and Followup Play Mute Current Time 0:27 / Duration 8:01 Non-Fullscreen TRENDING NOW The Debate Over Gadolinium MRI Contrast ToxicityMost Popular Radiology Topics of 2017FDA Clears Siemens Healthineers' Multix Impact Digital X-ray System Julius Chapiro, M.D., research faculty member and an interventional radiology resident at Yale University, describes how artificial intelligence (AI) can be used to revolutionize cancer diagnosis and treatment at the 2018 Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) annual meeting.

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  • Beyond the black box? AI algorithm explains decisions

    Yale University researchers have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm for classifying liver lesions on MRI scans that explains the reason for its decisions. The algorithm could address concerns about the "black box" nature of AI, according to research presented at last week's RSNA 2018 meeting.

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  • What You Missed at RSNA 2018

    It should come as no surprise that AI was featured heavily in this year’s Radiological Society of North America convention. From booths to sessions to one-on-one conversations around the hall, it seemed like almost everyone had something to say about AI.

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