RSNA 2017 News
November 29, 2017

CHICAGO - The rapid proliferation of new technologies in healthcare is prompting some to predict that radiologists of the future will practice in a discipline that's augmented by artificial intelligence, virtual reality, and other techniques that maximize their capabilities. We discuss radiology's augmented future with Dr. Jesse Courtier of the University of California, San Francisco.

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Dr. Jesse Courtier of the University of California, San Francisco talks about augmented reality and its role in radiology's future.
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