Artificial intelligence will enable radiology to better deal with social distancing measures and imaging volume variability, as well as imaging staff stress, burnout and economic burden, in the post-COVID-19 world, Dr. Eliot Siegel of the University of Maryland School of Medicine said at AuntMinnie.com's Fall 2020 Virtual Conference. "While the pandemic has accelerated the development of AI algorithms, AI and imaging informatics in general are going to continue to accelerate the transformation of radiology to make it more efficient, accurate and safe for patient care and will bring radiology into the era of personalized precision medicine," Siegel said.
AI could facilitate radiology's post-pandemic reinvention
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