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RESTON, VA — The American College of Radiology (ACR) Board of Chancellors (BOC) selected three innovators as 2018 Gold…Continue
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Overtime and long hours can result in poor job performance in practically any career. However, a new study has found that this is especially true…Continue
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In collaboration with NVIDIA, GE Healthcare is launching artificial intelligence capabilities in 500,000 of its imaging devices — that’s around half…Continue
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This year’s annual Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) meeting was a grand showcase of artificial intelligence ventures. Take for example the Arterys’s latest platform Arterys MICA, a web based medical imaging system powered by AI.
MICA facilitates workflows for a diverse set of imaging devices,…
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Teleradiology is as popular as ever as a value-added service and as a career path for radiologists. Demand is high given increasing price sensitivity around imaging costs, decreasing supply of qualified radiologists, healthcare consolidation, and simply disruptive technology enabling radiology to be practiced at low cost from anywhere.
Here is a round-up of current well known and top teleradiology companies whether you are…Continue
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Dr. Keith Dreyer, MD PhD, a physician-researcher-executive at Partners Healthcare and luminary in imaging informatics discusses machine learning in opening this brief video on various perspectives. Additional Mass General radiologists including Dr. James Brink (Chief of Radiology at…Continue
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As part of our series of Industry and Medical Imaging Innovator Spotlights, radRounds has the honor to introduce and interview Radiologist, Dr. Leonardo Valentin. Dr. Leonardo Valentin joins NVIDIA, first physician on the team, with a key leadership role in medical imaging at NVIDIA, enabling the future for artificial intelligence in radiology.…
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The neurological repercussions of playing football occur sooner than we think. Two new studies from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center found that youth football players who experience concussions had less activity between default mode network (DMN) regions…Continue
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Miki Lustig, PhD, associate professor of electrical engineering and computer science at University of California Berkeley wanted to make MRI coils less heavy and cumbersome for child patients. Ana Claudia Arias, PhD, a physicist in the same department was creating printed wearable devices made of liquid…Continue
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Medical imaging giant Samsung recently unleashed its latest innovation: the OmniTom, a 16-slice CT scanner. After receiving FDA clearance in August, the machine was scheduled to debut at the Radiological Society of North America’s annual conference in Chicago.
The OmniTom is a part of Samsung’s AccE…
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Open access medical imaging datasets are needed for research, product development, and more for academia and industry. We hope this guide will be helpful for machine learning and artificial intelligence startups, researchers, and anyone interested at all. This is a growing list and will be periodically updated - if you know of another open medical imaging dataset, please email email@example.com.
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Ever since the dawn of computers, we’ve depended on certain hardware to take our ideas from our brains to the screen. However, CTRL-Labs, a New York City-based neuro-tech company, is merging neuroscience and computing practices to create technology that directly links brain activity to computer output, cutting…Continue
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Artificial intelligence occupies powerful space in the medical industry. Today, many clinics and hospitals have tablets in place of receptionists, deep learning models are already diagnosing TB, and Massachusetts…Continue
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A common notion goes that an individual’s environment tells a lot about them in terms of the extent of his or her knowledge. Their experiences shape a person’s choices, desires, and wants in life. Growing up, I wanted to become a lawyer. However, my mother became sick and I had to take care of her. She suffered a stroke partially incapacitated her, a condition that necessitated my help as her caregiver. This was a challenging experience for my family and I.…Continue
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The Radiological Society of North America annual meeting will kick off on Sunday, November 26 at the McCormick Place in Chicago. There are many panels, workshops, discussions, and reading sessions happening every day. You can plan out your schedule with the RSNA…Continue
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Emergency radiology requires radiologists to shapeshift into precise and calculated emergency physicians. From University of California Los Angeles to the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, here are some examples of how the radiology department has become a crucial component of emergency services.…
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The Radiology Society of North America will introduce machine learning labs at this year’s meeting as an effort to increase exposure of the technology throughout the field.
“No question — machine learning will change the way radiologists practice in the years ahead, sometimes dramatically. But…
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Hollywood street fighter Chuck Norris and his wife, Gena Norris have filed a lawsuit in the San Francisco Superior Court claiming that Gena was poisoned by a gadolinium-based contrast agent (GBCA), the substance used in MRI or MRA procedures to enhance image quality.
The couple is seeking over $10…
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