How exactly does AI promise to transform clinical practice in MRI?
Experts working with AI described potentially transformative developments, including the ability to produce faster, lower-cost scans, radically cut back on contrast agents, predict images, and build rich data sets to help focus clinical care and inform further research.
“AI and deep learning allows us to do things faster and better than before and fundamentally new,” said Dr. Greg Zaharchuk, PhD, professor of radiology (neuroimaging and neurointervention) at Stanford University, in Stanford, California, at Saturday’s session. “I think we’ll see more and more AI over time, just because…
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