Artificial intelligence (AI)
Coming soon: the Artificial Intelligence Registry
Artificial Intelligence (AI) products are developing rapidly in the field of medical imaging and a wave of deployment is expected in the near future.
Deployment of AI apps may take place in a clinical setting either whilst an algorithm is under evaluation or once approved.
We’re building a registry to allow clinicians and AI companies to come together to share their experiences. Watch this space for updates on how to submit data to the registry and how to use the registry itself, once built.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools have long been anticipated as potentially transformative for diagnostic imaging. In our AI stakeholder day, we discussed some of the potential barriers to implementation, and how to overcome them.
New code of conduct
The Royal College of Radiologists has welcomed a new official code of conduct from the Department of Health and Social Care, detailing guidance for the development of artificial intelligence (AI) tools in healthcare.
AI support for interpretation of images
Taking hold of the emerging development in AI, The Royal College of Radiologists recently held a forum that brought together clinicians, academics and researchers from the worlds of computer science, mathematics and medicine.
Guidance for the identification of lung diseases
HSIB have recommended that the NHS ‘develops guidance to support independent benchmarking and validation of artificial intelligence algorithms for the identification of lung diseases such as cancer’. The College has taken up the development of this guidance.
Management skills for radiologists 2023 - winter course
For existing and aspiring clinical leaders and directors in radiology. The course has been designed to provide essential management tools to run an efficient and effective department.11 credits for basic course content, plus a possible 5 additional credits for pre/post course exercises/reading.
- £325 - £500
Clinical radiology Artificial Intelligence (AI): A blended learning programme (January, online)
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- £115 - £190
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