Radiology well-positioned to integrate AI, but concerns remain
May 26, 2023 -- Although artificial intelligence (AI) has only had a modest impact on radiology so far, the specialty is still well-positioned to incorporate the technology, according to a review article published May 25 in the New England Journal of Medicine. Read More
AI estimates lung cancer mortality on x-rays
May 25, 2023 -- An artificial intelligence (AI) model can identify individuals at risk of death from lung cancer on easily obtainable x-rays, which could improve personalized prevention and treatment strategies, according to a group in Boston. Read More
AI matches radiologist performance on mammo, DBT exams
May 24, 2023 -- A meta-analysis encompassing over 1.1 million screening breast imaging exams has concluded that artificial intelligence (AI) software performs equally to or better than radiologists, according to research published May 23 in Radiology. Read More
AI shows perfect performance in invasive lobular carcinoma
May 23, 2023 -- An artificial intelligence (AI) decision-support system may help radiologists in diagnosing small invasive lobular carcinoma on breast ultrasound images, according to research published May 16 in Clinical Imaging. Read More
Is AI, human system for follow-up imaging profitable?
May 18, 2023 -- A process for managing follow-up imaging exams that combines artificial intelligence (AI) and human interaction can improve safety while also improving the bottom line, according to research published in Current Problems in Diagnostic Radiology. Read More
ChatGPT passes radiology exam
May 17, 2023 -- The latest version of ChatGPT has passed a radiology board-type exam, yet the language model's "hallucinations" raise concerns over its reliability, according to a study published May 16 in Radiology. Read More
Expert discusses ChatGPT's potential, limitations in radiology
May 17, 2023 -- spoke with Dr. Rajesh Bhayana of the University of Toronto's department of medical imaging about ChatGPT's potential as a tool in radiology practice, as well as its dangerous tendency to produce so-called "hallucinations." Read More
CT body composition assessment links muscle fat and mortality risk
May 17, 2023 -- CT body composition assessment shows that asymptomatic adults with a high accumulation of muscle fat -- a condition called myosteatosis -- are at increased risk of major adverse cardiovascular events, according to a study published on May 16 in Radiology. Read More
AI assistance helps senior, junior radiologists in thyroid imaging
May 17, 2023 -- Artificial intelligence (AI) could reduce time-based costs without sacrificing diagnostic accuracy when it comes to managing thyroid nodule findings from ultrasound images, suggest findings published May 16 in JAMA Network Open. Read More
Deep learning plus micro-CT effective for tracking lung disease
May 15, 2023 -- Combining deep learning with micro-CT shows promise for not only tracking the progression of lung disease but also evaluating the effectiveness of treatment, according to a study published May 9 in Respiratory Research. Read More
Special Feature
Potential for racial bias raises concerns for radiology AI
Potential for racial bias raises concerns for radiology AI

A preprint study that raised troublesome questions last year about potential bias in radiology artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms has now been formally published in the Lancet Digital Health with the same conclusions. Learn more

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