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Artificial intelligence in radiology: friend or foe? Where are we now and where are we heading?

Acta Radiologica Open 2019 Februrary
The use of artificial intelligence (AI) has been rapidly progressing in medicine, particularly in radiology. AI has also been the source of great innovation and a prominent topic of discussion within radiology societies and ground-breaking research in recent years. Despite the risks and quality assurance issues involved in AI, it offers tremendous opportunities for changing how radiological services are delivered. Moreover, it is conceivable that AI could become a reliable, hard-working friend to the radiologist rather than a foe, in addition to being a useful training tool for radiologist trainees.

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