AMVC 2020: Lung ultrasound for COVID-19 May 14, 2020 -- As the novel coronavirus swept across Europe in March 2020, the world became captivated by the story of an emergency medicine physician in Spain who contracted COVID-19 while caring for patients. Dr. Yale Tung Chen tells his story in this talk.
AMVC 2020: Artificial intelligence for COVID-19 detection May 14, 2020 -- The outbreak of COVID-19 has created the need for new diagnostic tools to help identify early signs of infection with the novel coronavirus. Could artificial intelligence help? Dr. Erik Ranschaert, PhD, of the Netherlands offers a perspective.
AMVC 2020: The clinical impact of AI in practice May 14, 2020 -- This presentation offers a look at a month in the life of artificial intelligence (AI) for radiology practices, COVID-19, and beyond. Dr. Alyssa Watanabe and Kevin Henry of CureMetrix offer some perspectives.
AMVC 2020: Adapting to an evolving reality May 14, 2020 -- The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically changed the delivery of radiology services around the world. How can information technology help radiology manage the influx of COVID-19 patients and prepare medical imaging for the new reality that's emerging?
AMVC 2020: What now for artificial intelligence? May 14, 2020 -- Artificial intelligence (AI) now stands at the cusp of widespread adoption in medical imaging. But is AI really ready for radiology -- and is radiology ready for AI? Dr. Paul Chang of the University of Chicago provides a reality check.
Advancing innovation: How artificial intelligence is reducing tomosynthesis image volume March 17, 2020 -- How is artificial intelligence (AI) making digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) more efficient in women's imaging? This webinar, hosted by industry leader Hologic and featuring real-world insights from Dr. Stacy Smith-Foley, Dr. Susan Harvey, and Ashwini Kshirsagar, PhD, covers the benefits of AI for reducing image volume in DBT studies.
Video from RSNA 2019: AI, augmented intelligence, and radiology January 23, 2020 -- What's the difference between artificial and augmented intelligence, and why is it important for radiology? The differences may be subtle but they are significant. That's according to Dr. Sri Redla of Princess Alexandra Hospital National Health Service Trust in Harlow, U.K., and Dr. Anjum Ahmed of Agfa HealthCare in this video from RSNA 2019.