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Live from RSNA 2018: AI and interoperability

November 25, 2018

CHICAGO - In this live video from RSNA 2018, Dr. Tessa Cook, PhD, of the University of Pennsylvania discusses how important it is to make new technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) work within a radiologist's normal workflow for them to succeed.

Live from RSNA 2018

Live from RSNA 2018

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