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Swiss hospital adopts Bayer’s AI platform for radiology

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Swiss hospital adopts Bayer’s AI platform for radiology Phil.Taylor Thu, 22/06/2023 - 08:42 Bookmark this

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Bayer launches digital AI platform for radiology specialists

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Bayer has stepped up the digital capabilities of its radiology business with the launch of artificial intelligence-based apps for X-ray, MRI and CT imaging. ” The post Bayer launches digital AI platform for radiology specialists appeared first on. The business generated sales of €1.8 billion (approximately $1.9

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AI fails to pass radiology-qualifying examination

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Artificial intelligence (AI) is currently unable to pass one of the qualifying radiology examinations, suggesting that this promising technology is not yet ready to replace doctors, finds a study in the Christmas issue of The BMJ.

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Special report looks at radiology's role in combatting climate change

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The health care system is a substantial contributor to greenhouse gas emissions, and radiology's role in the health care system presents an opportunity to lead low-carbon, sustainable initiatives in workplaces and communities, according to a special report published in Radiology.

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Teriflunomide reduces clinical events in radiologically isolated syndrome, finds study

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For adults with radiologically isolated syndrome (RIS), teriflunomide is associated with a reduction in the first clinical demyelinating event compared with placebo, according to a study presented at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Neurology, held from April 22 to 27 in Boston.

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New research suggests AI image generation using DALL-E 2 has promising future in radiology

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Dr. Lisa C Adams and colleagues explore this topic in their latest viewpoint titled "What Does DALL-E 2 Know About Radiology?" Do generative models have sufficient medical domain knowledge to provide accurate and useful results?

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Survey measures causes of and counters to moral distress in radiology

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According to a new study published in the American Journal of Roentgenology (AJR), moral distress is prevalent in radiology, typically relates to systemic causes, and is a reported contributor to radiologists changing jobs.