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AI in Imaging - We All Know It’s Coming. Are We Ready for the Machines in Stroke?

Haemin Go posted on 6/21/2022


Moderator: Jordan Bonomo, MD, FCCM, FNCS
Other Participants: Achala Vagal, MD, MS

Stroke imagining is difficult and even in the best of hands it can be imperfect. The promise of AI augmented image interpretation is alluring and in place in many advanced systems in the nation already. What is coming next in AI, including automated detection algorithms for ICH, AIS and SAH has the potential to disrupt our current workflow. But there are challenges that must be addressed and limitations that we need to understand in order to best leverage the AI. Listen to Dr. Vagal give a masterclass on AI in stroke.


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