Catch up on the top AI-related radiology content of the past month.
Diagnostic Imaging's Advances in AI monthly roundup is your chance to catch up on the latest AI news, AI-powered imaging modalities and emerging AI research affecting the field of radiology. Review the slideshow below to see highlights from the past month.
Version 2.1 of the ClearPoint Neuro Navigation software reportedly offers enhanced imaging and new trajectory planning tools for neurosurgical procedures. READ MORE
New research reveals that an emerging deep learning tool had comparable sensitivity and specificity to radiologist assessment of contrast-enhanced computed tomography (CT) scans for pancreatic cancer, and a 74.7 percent sensitivity rate for tumors smaller than 2 cm. READ MORE
Assessing high-resolution computed tomography (CT) scans of the wrist, CurveBeam AI's OssView software reportedly enables clinicians to ascertain bone fragility and fracture risk for women over the age of 70. READ MORE
Researchers suggest that an artificial intelligence (AI)-powered risk stratification tool for lung nodules identified on computed tomography (CT) scans may identify likely malignancies more than one year prior to definitive diagnosis. READ MORE
Researchers found that stand-alone use of an artificial intelligence (AI) model led to a 24.9 percent increase in sensitivity for diagnosing pulmonary nodules and a 21.4 percent increase in sensitivity for diagnosing pneumonia. READ MORE