PHOENIX - The adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) is already starting to change the practice of radiology -- and its potential is boundless. In a July 11 presentation at AHRA 2022, Dr. Lawrence Tanenbaum of RadNet discusses the potential of AI in MRI.
Tanenbaum is chief technology officer at RadNet, and he has been involved in the rollout of AI across the imaging services provider. He sees AI as having many potential uses in MRI, from helping to reconstruct imaging data to speeding exams up -- making them more tolerable for patients.
Click on the video below to view the presentation.