Ethical AI in radiology is focus of draft statement
March 5, 2019 -- The rapid development of artificial intelligence (AI) technology for radiology applications has led to concerns over how to ensure its safe and appropriate use. In response, seven prominent radiology and imaging informatics societies in North America and Europe have teamed up to draft a statement on the ethics of AI. Read More
Video from ECR 2019: Erik Ranschaert on AI training
March 5, 2019 -- VIENNA - There's an urgent need for radiologists to become better informed about artificial intelligence (AI), according to Dr. Erik Ranschaert, PhD. He talks about his new book on AI and medical imaging and why it represents excellent value for the money, and he also outlines some future initiatives being organized by the European Society of Medical Imaging Informatics, of which he is president. Read More
Video from ECR 2019: Hugh Harvey on validation of AI
March 4, 2019 -- VIENNA - Clinical validation of artificial intelligence (AI) is still a long way off, admits Dr. Hugh Harvey, who moderated the Artificial Intelligence Exhibition (AIX) at ECR 2019 with Dr. Wim Van Hecke, CEO of Icometrix in Leuven, Belgium. In this interview, Harvey, clinical director at Kheiron Medical, reflects on the future development of AI and the unresolved issues that need to be addressed. Read More
Video from ECR 2019: Elmar Kotter on AI and radiology
March 3, 2019 -- VIENNA - When it comes to artificial intelligence (AI), what are the main challenges and ethical considerations from a radiologist's perspective? Is the clinical validation of AI still lacking? What's the radiologist's role after integrating AI? Dr. Elmar Kotter from Freiburg, Germany, provides some answers. Read More