To that end, among topics debated in a January 26 arena session was whether or not deep-learning AI algorithms can replace conventional radiomics analysis.
“AI has official status as a buzzword in our field right now, and it’s very exciting,” said moderator Tyler Bradshaw, PhD, an assistant professor of radiology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. “However, about 10 years ago, there was a different buzzword that was making many of the same promises, and that buzzword was radiomics.”
Radiomics, which refers to the extraction of mineable data from medical images, has traditionally…
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