COVID-19 crisis shows limits of GDPR, Ranschaert warns
May 7, 2020 -- The COVID-19 crisis has highlighted the limits of the European Union (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and shown that the EU is not ready to make full use of artificial intelligence, according to informatics expert Dr. Erik Ranschaert, PhD.  Discuss
AI's clinical integration slow but will occur, Chang predicts
May 4, 2020 -- The clinical implementation of artificial intelligence (AI) may take longer than expected, but it will happen as departments focus on getting IT infrastructure in place, Dr. Paul Chang explained at's 2020 Virtual Conference on 30 April.  Discuss
Home working by radiologists becomes the new norm
April 29, 2020 -- Many radiologists are working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic, but how can this be done more efficiently? Dr. Mattias Mjöman, a radiologist at Region Skåne, has described how he's changed his daily work routine.  Discuss
Hard truths from COVID-19 front line in Paris
April 16, 2020 -- What's it really like working in a dedicated COVID-19 imaging facility? Radiologist Dr. Robert Lavayssière describes conditions at a hospital near Paris that has faced a tsunami of cases over the past month. He gives details of four clinical cases and praises staff members for their response.  Discuss
Cloud computing isn't the answer to all our prayers
April 13, 2020 -- Cloud computing carries an inherent, incalculable risk, the Maverinck writes in a new column. Also, he fears future generations will suffer from a kind of digital amnesia because old data formats will no longer be readable.  Discuss
Video beers, virtual lunches become vital part of work routine
April 7, 2020 -- Companies have had to adjust fast to a whole new way of working since governments imposed lockdowns across Europe. In an exclusive interview, radiologist and industry boss Prof. Dr. Wieland Sommer describes how his firm has adapted during the COVID-19 crisis and how he strives to maintain staff morale.  Discuss
U.K. COVID-19 imaging database aims to improve care
April 6, 2020 -- A new COVID-19 imaging repository and database aims to quickly bring breaking clinical and diagnostic advice to healthcare staff in the U.K., according to an article published online on 25 March in Clinical Radiology.  Discuss
Parma team shares experiences of COVID-19 pandemic
April 2, 2020 -- Dr. Nicola Sverzellati, head of the radiology unit at the academic hospital of Parma, located in one of Italy's worst-affected areas, presented guidance on how radiologists across the world could deal with the COVID-19 crisis and tips on differentiation at CT.  Discuss
Europe seeks to harness power of AI in COVID-19 crisis
March 24, 2020 -- Artificial intelligence (AI) may soon have a central role to play in the global battle against COVID-19. A European campaign is underway to develop a deep learning-based model for the automated detection of abnormalities on chest CT and for quantifying lung involvement.  Discuss
How radiology can get ready for coronavirus crisis
March 19, 2020 -- An international team of imaging specialists has issued a list of best practices for preparedness during the coronavirus crisis. There is a checklist for each of the four main areas: limit exposure to the virus, determine best use of imaging, protect staff, and maintain operations.  Discuss