WHITE PAPER Artificial Intelligence in Neuroradiology: Current Status and Future Directions Y.W. Lui, P.D. Chang, G. Zaharchuk, D.P. Barboriak, A.E. Flanders, M. Wintermark, C.P. Hess, and C.G. Filippi ABSTRACT SUMMARY: Fueled by new techniques, computational tools, and broader availability of imaging data, artiﬁcial intelligence has the potential to transform the practice of neuroradiology. The recent exponential increase in publications related to artiﬁcial intelli- gence and the central focus on artiﬁcial intelligence at recent professional and scientiﬁc radiology meetings underscores the impor- tance. There is growing momentum behind leveraging artiﬁcial intelligence techniques to improve workﬂow and diagnosis and treatment and to enhance the value of quantitative imaging techniques. This article explores the reasons why neuroradiologists should care about the investments in new artiﬁcial intelligence applications, highlights current activities and the roles neuroradiolo- gists are playing, and renders a few predictions regarding the near future of artiﬁcial intelligence in neuroradiology. ABBREVIATION: AI ¼ artiﬁcial intelligence Why Should We Care? Disease Neuroimaging Initiative (ADNI; adni.loni.usc.edu), ll radiologists have by now heard, on the one hand, far- Parkinson disease through the Michael J. Fox Foundation (www. Areaching statements from technology pundits and the main- ppmi-info.org/data), stroke with data bases like Anatomical stream media
American Journal of Neuroradiology – American Journal of Neuroradiology
Published: Aug 1, 2020
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