Artificial Intelligence

As researchers continue to make significant advances with artificial intelligence (AI) and deep learning, has the time come for radiologists to be concerned about their jobs?

GE Healthcare’s Deep Learning Image Reconstruction (DLIR) engine, designed to be used with its Revolution Apex CT solution, has gained FDA clearance.

Deep learning techniques can be used to detect catheters and tubes in pediatric x-rays, according to a new study published in the Journal of Digital Imaging. These findings could lead to advancements that prioritize x-rays with poorly placed catheters, bringing them to a specialist’s immediate attention.

A detailed roadmap outlining research priorities for artificial intelligence (AI) in radiology was published April 16 in Radiology, and the organizations involved have announced that a second report is due later this year.   

Aidoc, a Tel-Aviv, Israel-based medical imaging company, announced that it has raised $27 million in a Series B investment round led by Square Peg Capital.

Representatives from numerous healthcare organizations gathered in 2018 and developed a new document focused on helping researchers use AI algorithms in radiology to improve patient care. 

Using computer-aided detection (CAD) software powered by artificial intelligence leads to fewer false-positive mammograms, according to new findings published by the Journal of Digital Imaging. Significant cost savings could also be realized by making such a switch.

The American College of Radiology (ACR) Data Science Institute (DSI) just launched its ACR AI-LAB software platform and has already secured a key collaborator: GE Healthcare.

Artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies could fundamentally change healthcare forever, both for providers and their patients. A new analysis published in the New England Journal of Medicine examined that potential shift in great detail.

The American College of Radiology (ACR) Data Science Institute (DSI) has launched ACR AI-LAB, a new software platform that helps radiologists create, validate and use artificial intelligence to treat patients.

Enlitic, a San Francisco-based healthcare company focused on the use of AI in medical imaging, announced Thursday, April 4, that it has closed a $15 million Series B financing round.

The FDA has announced that it is working toward developing a new regulatory framework for medical devices that use advanced artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms.