Is AI ready for managing patients with hip fractures?
March 17, 2023 -- Artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms can perform comparably to radiologists when diagnosing hip fractures, yet it will need more work before it can help predict outcomes after fracture surgery, according to a review published March 17 in JAMA Open Network. Read More
Deep learning for LDCT can prompt biennial lung screening
March 17, 2023 -- Deep-learning algorithms could be used to determine whether an individual could safely undergo low-dose CT (LDCT) lung cancer screening at biennial intervals rather than annually, suggest findings published March 16 in JAMA Network Open. Read More
Korean radiologists report successful experience with chest x-ray AI
March 17, 2023 -- The use of artificial intelligence (AI) software in daily clinical practice for detecting lung lesions on chest x-rays has been an overall positive experience, according to researchers from a large hospital in South Korea. Read More
Silicon Valley Bank failure could foreshadow health tech shifts
March 15, 2023 -- With the failure of Silicon Valley Bank on March 10 but a speedy response from the U.S. government to guarantee deposits, initial panic among startup founders may have abated. Read More
ECR 2023: The cycle of life -- imaging industry roundup
March 15, 2023 -- Key industry trends at ECR 2023 included sustainability, connected systems, and smarter workflows, according to a new column by Bhvita Jani, a research manager at Signify Research. Read More
Will failure of California's Silicon Valley Bank affect imaging?
March 13, 2023 -- California's Silicon Valley Bank failed on March 10, prompting government action to ensure "that the ... banking system continues to perform its vital roles of protecting deposits and providing access to credit," the U.S. Department of Treasury said. Read More
AI proves useful for confirming negative findings on chest x-rays
March 13, 2023 -- A commercially available artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm could provide radiologists with a confidence boost by confirming negative findings on chest x-rays, according to a study published March 5 in Scientific Reports. Read More
AI autonomous reporting could improve workflows
March 7, 2023 -- A commercially available artificial intelligence (AI) tool could significantly improve radiology workflows by autonomously reporting whether chest x-rays are normal or abnormal, according to a study published March 7 in Radiology. Read More
GE HealthCare offers experiences, upgrades at ECR 2023
March 5, 2023 -- VIENNA - GE HealthCare showcased a range of new imaging hardware and software, as well as new "immersive experiences" in its first time participating in an ECR as an independent public traded company. Read More
AI, workflow take center stage for Philips at ECR
March 5, 2023 -- VIENNA - Enhancements in its portfolio of artificial intelligence (AI) and imaging informatics software were among the featured technologies on display for Philips at ECR 2023. Read More
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Potential for racial bias raises concerns for radiology AI
Potential for racial bias raises concerns for radiology AI

A preprint study that raised troublesome questions last year about potential bias in radiology artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms has now been formally published in the Lancet Digital Health with the same conclusions. Learn more