Reply to: “Lack of evidence and criteria to evaluate artificial intelligence and radiomics tools to be implemented in clinical settings”
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KeywordsRadiomics Artificial intelligence Image mining Phase classification Trial phases
MS and MK conceptualized and approved the manuscript.
MK PhD scholarship was funded by the AIRC grant (IG-2016-18585).
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The authors declare that they have no conflict of interest.
In view of the nature of the present article an ethical approval was considered unnecessary.
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