The 2017 PACSman Awards: Old MacDonald had a farm -- AI, AI, oh

CHICAGO - Anywhere you saw a crowd of people at this year's RSNA meeting, you...Read more on AuntMinnie.comRelated Reading: The 2015 PACSman Awards: A three dog RSNA The 2014 PACSman Awards: In the dark, it's all the same The 2013 PACSman Awards: Coming out of the dark An RSNA 'Christmas Carol' The 2010 PACSman Awards: Much ado about ...Comments: 11/30/2017 1:49:12 PMDoctorDalai This is why i coukd never fill Mike’s shoes, although I’m gratified to see one of my old RSNA fables linked at the bottom of the page. At my advanced age, I’ve mostly given up perusing the exhibit floor beyond visiting a few vendors I need to see, and working the RAD-AID booth. Time was, I went up and down every single aisle looking for swag, but that dried up years ago. Sorry I missed the water bottles and the toothbrush. (Did you know the toothbrush was invented in Kentucky? Otherwise it would be called a TEETHbrush. Sorry...) With respect to AI...there was NO ONE AT RSNA that threatened radiologists...except for Deepshi....I mean Deep Radiology, and they had absolutely NO PRODUCT to show. As has been the case before. Every AI session was packed, and you could feel the eyes glass over as the deep learning yielded to deep confusion. I’ll be putting out a blog post when I get home, but here’s the punchline: AI and humans will have a symbiotic relationship (if you can have one with a machine) as far as radiology is concerned. More to come. I’ll be chec...
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