Catch up on the most well-read artificial intelligence (AI) articles from 2022.
As we come to the end of 2022, we take a look back at the most well-read articles on artificial intelligence (AI) in radiology with topics ranging from AI-enhanced pre-op MRI for planning total shoulder arthroplasty procedures and an emerging AI platform for assessing prostate MRI scans to voice recognition improvements and keys for AI implementation. Review the slideshow below to see highlighted AI articles from the past year.
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Researchers discuss key parameters for the assessment, implementation and post-implementation monitoring of emerging artificial intelligence (AI) tools in radiology practices large and small. READ MORE
A new artificial intelligence (AI) tool reportedly overcomes resolution issues of standard magnetic resoinance imaging (MRI) scans with 3D images of the shoulder bones and may eliminate pre-operative use of computed tomography (CT) for total shoulder arthroplasty procedures. READ MORE
Researchers say the complementary use of artificial intelligence (AI) may significantly improve the accuracy of radiologists in diagnosing intracranial aneursyms. READ MORE
Ambient speech capabilities in emerging voice recognition products and software updates may convert the clinical context of conversational speech into structured data for radiology reports. READ MORE
The Food and Drug Administration has granted 510(k) clearance to iQuest (Avenda Health), an artificial intelligence (AI) platform that combines findings from magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), pathology reports and biopsy results to facilitate three-dimensional mapping of prostate cancer. READ MORE