Ranschaert reflects on adoption and evolution of radiology AI
January 18, 2022 -- When it comes to artificial intelligence (AI), what lies ahead for clinical radiology? What are the main trends? These questions were addressed in a webinar on 12 January by an expert panel that included informatics guru Prof. Dr. Erik Ranschaert. In this Q&A article, he speaks about AI in 2022. Read More
Global AI software developer MaxQ reveals change in focus
January 14, 2022 -- Tel Aviv-based artificial intelligence (AI) firm MaxQ is discontinuing its Accipio line of software for detection and triage of intracranial hemorrhage and ending its involvement in the development of image analysis-based AI applications. Read More
Impressions and take-home messages from RSNA 2021
December 20, 2021 -- What did market analysts make of RSNA 2021? Regular columnist Steve Holloway and fellow industry experts share their main reflections and observations from the recent megashow in Chicago, where artificial intelligence (AI) was a dominant theme. Read More
Meet the EuroMinnies 2022 semifinal candidates
December 16, 2021 -- The list of candidates for the fourth edition of the EuroMinnies awards scheme is now available, following the nominations made by the members of AuntMinnieEurope.com. A new category for radiographers has been introduced this year. Read More
Deep-learning methods can help diagnose stroke on MRI
December 14, 2021 -- Turkish researchers have developed artificial intelligence algorithms that show considerable clinical promise for the rapid and accurate detection of stroke on MRI scans. Read More
Survey: Breast AI improves outcome in nations with workforce shortages
December 6, 2021 -- In countries suffering from serious workforce issues, use of artificial intelligence (AI) as a second reader can be particularly beneficial for reducing interval breast cancer rates, according to a national survey from Turkey presented on 2 December at RSNA 2021. Read More
When to biopsy: How prostate MRI can transform best practice
December 2, 2021 -- In the era of MRI targeting, do all prostate cancer patients require an additional 12-core systematic biopsy? Moving away from default systematic biopsy in some cases may be wise, according to German researcher Dr. Dominik Deniffel, who has won a prestigious award for trainees at RSNA 2021. Read More
To shake or not to shake hands? Enter the wristband
November 29, 2021 -- It's the dilemma facing every congress attendee these days: Do I shake hands with this colleague or not? In an enterprising attempt to solve this problem, colored wristbands are available at RSNA 2021 that indicate an individual's comfort level with contact. Read More
Danish team shines light on AI's impact on productivity
November 22, 2021 -- Danish researchers have reported that artificial intelligence (AI) software can offer much value in radiology, but those benefits don't have to come at the cost of added burden for radiologists. Read More
Team Parizel unveils AI primer for radiologists
November 16, 2021 -- The well-known Belgian radiologist Prof. Paul Parizel has teamed up with a Western Australian colleague to produce an artificial intelligence (AI) primer that is designed to cut through the jargon and the hype. Read More