«Despite this optimistic outlook, AI still falls short of widespread clinical adoption in radiology. A 2020 survey by the American College of Radiology (ACR) revealed that only about a third of radiologists use AI, mostly to enhance image detection and interpretation; of the two thirds who did not use AI, the majority said they saw no benefit to it. In fact, most radiologists would say that AI has not transformed image reading or improved their practices.»

«Why is there such a huge gap between AI’s theoretical utility and its actual use in radiology? Why hasn’t AI delivered on its promise in radiology? Why aren’t we “there” yet?»

Article written by Francisco Gimenez. Photo by Getty Images.



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