Video from ECR 2018: Wiro Niessen on how AI can help you
March 1, 2018 -- VIENNA - Don't feel threatened by artificial intelligence (AI). That's the view of Wiro Niessen, PhD, of the Netherlands. In the first of today's three video interviews about AI, he introduces the topic and explains how it promises to transform the working lives of everybody involved in medical imaging.  Discuss
Video from ECR 2018: Sergey Morozov on tapping AI's potential
March 1, 2018 -- VIENNA - There's a lot of talk and fuss at the moment about artificial intelligence (AI), but how can it really boost efficiency and improve workflow, and how can you realize the full potential of the emerging technology? Dr. Sergey Morozov, PhD, of Moscow provides some answers in part two of our special focus on AI.  Discuss
Video from ECR 2018: Erik Ranschaert on a clinical view of AI
March 1, 2018 -- VIENNA - Artificial intelligence (AI) is about much more than just data analysis, says Dr. Erik Ranschaert, vice president of the European Society of Medical Imaging Informatics. He gives a clinical perspective on AI and explains how exactly the technology can transform the working lives of radiologists.  Discuss
Video from ECR 2018: Bernd Hamm on Brexit, AI, and the big chill
February 28, 2018 -- VIENNA - Brexit will have no impact on the relationship between the European Society of Radiology and the U.K. Royal College of Radiologists, said ECR 2018 President Dr. Bernd Hamm in an exclusive interview. He shares his thoughts on the first day of the congress, including the impact of artificial intelligence (AI), attendance so far, how the organizers are beating the cold weather, and why he's serving as ECR president for the second time.  Discuss
Can AI help in the fight against gadolinium deposition?
February 21, 2018 -- What if gadolinium-based contrast agents could be used at just 10% of current dose levels without significantly degrading image quality or contrast enhancement? Artificial intelligence (AI) could make that possible, according to research published online February 13 in the Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging.  Discuss
How can radiologists prepare for future of AI?
February 16, 2018 -- Yes, artificial intelligence (AI) will likely be a useful adjunct for radiologists and increase their productivity. But AI's greatest effect may be to usher in a new role for radiologists as information managers, according to an article published online February 2 in the Journal of the American College of Radiology.  Discuss
FDA clears Viz.ai's stroke detection software
February 13, 2018 -- In a move that blazes a regulatory trail for developers of imaging artificial intelligence (AI) software, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has given its blessing to Viz.ai for Contact, an AI-based application that analyzes CT images and notifies providers that a patient might be having a stroke.  Discuss
Deep-learning algorithm can assess breast density
February 9, 2018 -- A deep-learning algorithm can provide fully automated analysis of breast density on screening mammography exams, yielding density estimates that correlate well with assessments provided by radiologists, according to research published online January 24 in Medical Physics.  Discuss
How will artificial intelligence enhance radiology?
February 6, 2018 -- Success for artificial intelligence in radiology will be determined by its ability to increase diagnostic certainty, speed turnaround, yield better patient outcomes, and improve the work life of radiologists, according to an article published online February 4 in the Journal of the American College of Radiology.  Discuss
Report: Interest surges in AI for radiology
February 6, 2018 -- While approximately one in four hospital radiology departments has either just adopted machine learning or has been using artificial intelligence (AI) for a while, most hospitals and imaging centers plan to utilize the technology before 2020, according to a new report from market research firm Reaction Data.  Discuss