Lawrence Tanenbaum, M.D., Radnet vice president and chief technology officer, discusses some of the artificial intelligence (AI) products in radiology that are now commercially available and how AI developments will impact PET, MRI and CT imaging. He spoke at the 2019 Radiology AI-Med conference.
He said AI is helping medical imaging in the following areas:
• Identify urgent findings and flagging these on the top of worklists.
• Computer aided detection capabilities that go beyond the traditional to improve efficiency, boost diagnosis and highlight unexpected findings.
• Improving diagnostic image reconstruction
• Tools to enhance the speed, resolution, radiation dose and overall quality of advanced imaging.
Learn more about what AI tools vendors are developing to help medical imaging in the following links:
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