Artificial intelligence in medicine has witnessed rapid strides over the decade. It is expected that deep learning algorithms will completely transform the way Radiology studies are interpreted and reported over the next few years. This will potentially reduce the still significantly higher numbers of missed findings or diagnoses in Radiology and result in improved detection and patient outcomes

The race for the development of machine learning algorithms for clinical use even in Radiology has been picking up speed, mainly due to the availability of vast amounts of data in electronic formats.

ARI has been partnering with some of the globally renowned organisations in co-development, annotation and clinical validation of machine learning algorithms.