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This blog aims at bringing educational and critical perspectives on AI to readers. It should help imaging professionals to learn and keep up to date with the technologies being developed in this rapidly evolving field.

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New algorithm hopes to fight COVID-19 in international effort

The COVID-19 pandemic has seen doctors, healthcare institutions, and companies come together in an international effort to drive innovative solutions in the fight against this disease. AI-powered technology is one path that is being utilized to manage the heavy burden placed on clinicians as their workload increases. Dr. Dorin Comaniciu, who serves as Senior Vice President for Artificial Intelligence and

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Update: Now featuring a podcast – Taking a look at Digital Twin Technology: a new frontier in personalised healthcare

Update: Listen to two experts discuss the technological progress of artificial intelligence* in healthcare: Dr. Dorin Comaniciu, PhD, Senior Vice President of Artificial Intelligence at Siemens Healthineers, and Dr. Christoph Zindel, Member of the Managing Board of Siemens Healthineers with responsibility for the Imaging and Advanced Therapies business segments, talk about the expectations of physicians, their challenges, and new opportunities

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AI is a means, not a goal

Artificial intelligence (AI) software solutions developed for radiology are increasingly focused on answering precise clinical questions, rather than just detecting lesions. This is the most noticeable trend in medical imaging AI, which continues to bring new products to the market with clockwork regularity. Whether it feeds on machine or deep learning, AI in radiology really boils down to one thing:

Read More →

Changing the healthcare game through artificial intelligence

We recently spoke with Jörg Aumüller, who leads the Digital Health global marketing team at Siemens Healthineers. In our interview, we touched on the issue of growing medical data, how companies can stay ahead of legal and regulatory challenges, new roles and professions being created as a result of the introduction of AI tools and technology, and how these tools

Read More →

What the increasing presence of AI means for radiographers

In an age of uncertainty with the arrival of artificial intelligence (AI) tools and technologies in the healthcare field, many in the industry question how the addition of AI will impact their careers. One particular area is not immune to these changes: radiography. We spoke with Dr. Nick Woznitza, a reporting radiographer at Homerton University Hospital and a clinical academic

Read More →

Artificial intelligence in publications: an interview with Professor Francesco Sardanelli

In our final installation of our Editor-in-Chief interview series, where we get an inside look at the topic of artificial intelligence (AI) in relation to radiological journals over three brief interviews with the Editors-in-Chief of the European Society of Radiology’s three flagship journals, we speak with the Editor-in-Chief of European Radiology Experimental, Professor Francesco Sardanelli. Professor Sardanelli has been Editor-in-Chief

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Artificial intelligence in publications: an interview with Professor Luis Martí-Bonmatí

Continuing our series from last week, where we get an inside look at the topic of artificial intelligence (AI) in relation to radiological journals over three brief interviews with the Editors-in-Chief of the European Society of Radiology’s three flagship journals, we speak with the Editor-in-Chief of Insights into Imaging, Professor Luis Martí-Bonmatí. Professor Martí-Bonmatí is the director of the Medical

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Artificial intelligence in publications: an interview with Professor Yves Menu

Throughout this series, we will get an inside look at the topic of artificial intelligence (AI) in relation to radiological journals over three brief interviews with the Editors-in-Chief of the European Society of Radiology’s three flagship journals: European Radiology (Professor Yves Menu), European Radiology Experimental (Professor Francesco Sardanelli), and Insights into Imaging (Professor Luis Martí-Bonmatí). This week, we begin with

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AI and radiologists working together: an interview with Professor Elmar Kotter

We spoke with Professor Elmar Kotter from the Medical Center – University of Freiburg to explore his thoughts on artificial intelligence (AI) in radiology, the challenges it poses, the legal issues associated with these new technologies, and what the future holds for radiologists. AI taking over the tasks of the radiologist “In order to adapt to the increasing ubiquity of

Read More →

European radiology needs AI luminaries

Medical imaging AI is progressing fast, boosted by an industrious community and technology advances. The market, however, is not big enough to support all the companies involved in the field and European radiologists still lack proper training, according to Simon Harris, principal analyst at Signify Research. What are the current market trends? The technology is starting to mature. It is

Read More →

New algorithm hopes to fight COVID-19 in international effort

The COVID-19 pandemic has seen doctors, healthcare institutions, and companies come together in an international effort to drive innovative solutions in the fight against this disease. AI-powered technology is one path that is being utilized to manage the heavy burden placed on clinicians as their workload increases. Dr. Dorin Comaniciu, who serves as Senior Vice President for Artificial Intelligence and

Read More →

Update: Now featuring a podcast – Taking a look at Digital Twin Technology: a new frontier in personalised healthcare

Update: Listen to two experts discuss the technological progress of artificial intelligence* in healthcare: Dr. Dorin Comaniciu, PhD, Senior Vice President of Artificial Intelligence at Siemens Healthineers, and Dr. Christoph Zindel, Member of the Managing Board of Siemens Healthineers with responsibility for the Imaging and Advanced Therapies business segments, talk about the expectations of physicians, their challenges, and new opportunities

Read More →

AI is a means, not a goal

Artificial intelligence (AI) software solutions developed for radiology are increasingly focused on answering precise clinical questions, rather than just detecting lesions. This is the most noticeable trend in medical imaging AI, which continues to bring new products to the market with clockwork regularity. Whether it feeds on machine or deep learning, AI in radiology really boils down to one thing:

Read More →

Changing the healthcare game through artificial intelligence

We recently spoke with Jörg Aumüller, who leads the Digital Health global marketing team at Siemens Healthineers. In our interview, we touched on the issue of growing medical data, how companies can stay ahead of legal and regulatory challenges, new roles and professions being created as a result of the introduction of AI tools and technology, and how these tools

Read More →

What the increasing presence of AI means for radiographers

In an age of uncertainty with the arrival of artificial intelligence (AI) tools and technologies in the healthcare field, many in the industry question how the addition of AI will impact their careers. One particular area is not immune to these changes: radiography. We spoke with Dr. Nick Woznitza, a reporting radiographer at Homerton University Hospital and a clinical academic

Read More →

Artificial intelligence in publications: an interview with Professor Francesco Sardanelli

In our final installation of our Editor-in-Chief interview series, where we get an inside look at the topic of artificial intelligence (AI) in relation to radiological journals over three brief interviews with the Editors-in-Chief of the European Society of Radiology’s three flagship journals, we speak with the Editor-in-Chief of European Radiology Experimental, Professor Francesco Sardanelli. Professor Sardanelli has been Editor-in-Chief

Read More →

Artificial intelligence in publications: an interview with Professor Luis Martí-Bonmatí

Continuing our series from last week, where we get an inside look at the topic of artificial intelligence (AI) in relation to radiological journals over three brief interviews with the Editors-in-Chief of the European Society of Radiology’s three flagship journals, we speak with the Editor-in-Chief of Insights into Imaging, Professor Luis Martí-Bonmatí. Professor Martí-Bonmatí is the director of the Medical

Read More →

Artificial intelligence in publications: an interview with Professor Yves Menu

Throughout this series, we will get an inside look at the topic of artificial intelligence (AI) in relation to radiological journals over three brief interviews with the Editors-in-Chief of the European Society of Radiology’s three flagship journals: European Radiology (Professor Yves Menu), European Radiology Experimental (Professor Francesco Sardanelli), and Insights into Imaging (Professor Luis Martí-Bonmatí). This week, we begin with

Read More →

AI and radiologists working together: an interview with Professor Elmar Kotter

We spoke with Professor Elmar Kotter from the Medical Center – University of Freiburg to explore his thoughts on artificial intelligence (AI) in radiology, the challenges it poses, the legal issues associated with these new technologies, and what the future holds for radiologists. AI taking over the tasks of the radiologist “In order to adapt to the increasing ubiquity of

Read More →

European radiology needs AI luminaries

Medical imaging AI is progressing fast, boosted by an industrious community and technology advances. The market, however, is not big enough to support all the companies involved in the field and European radiologists still lack proper training, according to Simon Harris, principal analyst at Signify Research. What are the current market trends? The technology is starting to mature. It is

Read More →

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