Artificial Intelligence in Radiology
The present time is characterized by a tremendous increasing of knowledge. The traditional ways of stocking and transmission of this knowledge (oral transmission, traditions, books) are unable to organize the patrimony of knowledge and of new ways of thinking. This is particularly true in radiology which is one of the most explosive disciplines in the present time. We propose to develop our equipment and to improve our way of professional life and general competence in adopting the so-called artificial intelligence among our computer programs in the future.
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