Week in Review: Top tips on breast imaging | What are AI's shortcomings? | Interview with Uberoi

Dear AuntMinnieEurope Member,

The absence of face-to-face congresses has forced everybody to be even more creative over the past 18 months or so, particularly when it comes to training and education.

Take the example of the Young Club of the European Society of Breast Imaging. The club's committee asked senior officials to provide their top three tips on breast imaging, and the wide range of responses make for fascinating reading. Find out more in the Women's Imaging Community.

Artificial intelligence (AI) still needs to improve before it can outperform breast radiologists or even be used in clinical settings, according to new U.K. research.

AI might alter the spectrum of disease detected at breast screening if it differentially detects more microcalcifications, and this may increase rates of overdiagnosis and overtreatment, the authors wrote. They also said that AI algorithms don't understand the context, mode of collection, or meaning of images being viewed.

Dr. Raman Uberoi is a well-known figure in European radiology. In a revealing interview, he spoke about not only the problems ahead for radiology but also his career highlights and the future role of the U.K. Royal College of Radiologists.

In this week's second personal profile, we have a special feature about Dr. Michiko Dohi, the leading sports physician from Japan. She commented on the use of imaging in elite sport and what it takes to be a successful team doctor. She also elaborated on her own work.

Looking ahead, ECR is only six months away, and the preliminary program is now available and registration has opened. Make sure you take a glimpse at what the organizers have in store -- both onsite and online.

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