By staff writers

March 1, 2018 -- The American College of Radiology (ACR) on March 2 released a special online issue of the Journal of the American College of Radiology that focuses on the clinical, regulatory, technological, societal, and ethical challenges of medical imaging artificial intelligence (AI).

The issue features articles on topics such as protecting patient interests in the era of big data; artificial intelligence and machine learning in radiology; the role of big data and machine learning in radiologic diagnostic decision support; and harnessing the power of artificial intelligence to improve patient care, the ACR said.

"Artificial intelligence may enable astounding medical advances," said Dr. Bruce Hillman, JACR's editor in chief, in a statement. "However, an array of challenges remains to harnessing this technology and maximizing its ability to help the radiologist optimize patient care."

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