Artificial intelligence: a promise or a threat?

It’s increasingly used in imaging interpretation, an expert says

Deep learning, an aspect of artificial intelligence (AI), has recently been shown to interpret clinical images more accurately than humans — but it’s unlikely to replace rheumatologists and radiologists anytime soon, according to a review.

AI and radiology

A leading authority on rheumatological imaging, Associate Professor Berend Stoel, says that, in the short term, it’s more likely that AI will become an adjunct to human reading of images.

Professor Stoel, from the Division of Image Processing at Leiden

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