Video from RSNA 2015: Should radiologists be worried about AI?

November 30, 2015

CHICAGO - Will artificial intelligence like IBM's Watson computer someday be reading medical imaging scans? And should radiologists be worried? Dr. Eliot Siegel from the University of Maryland addresses these questions in this video from RSNA 2015.

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Dr. Eliot Siegel addresses the use of artificial intelligence in radiology.

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