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.

Video loading ...
Dr. Hugh Harvey from Kheiron Medical in London.

Video from ECR 2019: Elmar Kotter on AI and radiology
When it comes to artificial intelligence (AI), what are the main challenges and ethical considerations from a radiologist's perspective? Is the clinical...
AI dominates at ECR 2019's technical exhibition
In the exhibition area at ECR 2019, artificial intelligence (AI) is everywhere. Unsurprisingly, it is the dominant theme at this year's congress. In addition...
Video from ECR 2019: Steve Holloway on the exhibition hall
VIENNA - What's new and surprising in the technical exhibition at ECR 2019? Who's missing, and what is the strategy and approach of the "big 4"? Market...
AI algorithm predicts glioblastoma patient survival
VIENNA - An artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm shows promise for helping radiologists predict progression-free survival in patients with glioblastoma...
AI-based CAD software improves breast cancer detection
VIENNA - Computer-aided detection (CAD) software based on artificial intelligence (AI) technology can help radiologists of all levels of experience detect...

Copyright © 2019 AuntMinnieEurope.com

Last Updated np 3/7/2019 12:49:01 PM