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Poll of the Week: Do You Use Voice Recognition Software?

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Voice recognition software continues to gain popularity in healthcare as the technology improves. But among radiologists, it's often met with mixed reviews. What do you think?

Voice recognition software continues to gain popularity in healthcare as the technology improves. But among radiologists, it's often met with mixed reviews. The technology promises to speed turnaround time and save money, but concerns linger that it's cumbersome and error-prone.

How do you feel about VR software? Vote here, and tell us about your experiences.

 

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