How far have we come? Artificial intelligence for chest radiograph interpretation.
Due to recent advances in artificial intelligence, there is renewed interest in automating interpretation of imaging tests. Chest radiographs are particularly interesting due to many factors: relatively inexpensive equipment, importance to public health, commonly performed throughout the world, and deceptively complex taking years to master. This article presents a brief introduction to artificial intelligence, reviews the progress to date in chest radiograph interpretation, and provides a snapshot of the available datasets and algorithms available to chest radiograph researchers. Finally, the limitations of artificial intelligence with respect to interpretation of imaging studies are discussed.
Kallianos, K; Mongan, J; Antani, S; Henry, T; Taylor, A; Abuya, J; Kohli, M
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