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Artificial Intelligence in Radiology: Where Does It Stand and Where Is It Going?

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Artificial Intelligence in radiology is going through a boom right now. But it represents just the latest iteration of decades of research in computer-aided detection and diagnosis. In this presentation, I will describe some recent developments in AI for radiology, including advances in automated detection and image segmentation. I will then present some use cases of AI in radiology and describe lessons learned and remaining gaps in knowledge.

This talk is part of the CMIH seminar series series.

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