Integrating artificial intelligence into radiology practice: undergraduate students’ perspective

  title={Integrating artificial intelligence into radiology practice: undergraduate students’ perspective},
  author={Arosh S. Perera Molligoda Arachchige and Afanasy Svet},
  journal={European Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging},
  pages={4133 - 4135}
The rise of robot radiologists has been seen as a threat due to the hype created in recent years that artificial intelligence (AI) will substitute radiologists [1]. However, when taking a look at the past, this seems to be the usual overreaction to technology’s role in job displacement, and in radiology, it will most likely reshape the responsibilities involved in the job rather than fully replacing the radiologist [2]. In the same way that automatic cell counters and biochemical analysis… 


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  • C. Langlotz
  • Medicine
    Radiology. Artificial intelligence
  • 2019