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Deep Learning Image Reconstruction – what AI looks like in clinical routine

Interview with Felix Güttler, Commercial and Technical Director, Institute for Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology, Jena University Hospital

02.09.2019

Image: Felix Güttler; Copyright: privat

Felix Güttler, Commercial and Technical Director in the Institute for Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology at Jena University Hospital

Image: View over the shoulder of a doctor sitting in front of monitors with images of a CT examination taking place behind the window; Copyright: panthermedia.net/alexei171

The workload in radiology is growing. Can AI help here?

Image: ASiR-V image of the aorta; Copyright: GE Healthcare

ASiR-V image of the aorta

Image: FBP image of the aorta; Copyright: GE Healthcare

FBP image of the aorta

Image: DLIR image of the aorta; Copyright: GE Healthcare

DLIR image of the aorta

Image: View over the shoulder of two doctors standing in front of a wall with CT images of the brain; Copyright: panthermedian.net

Although AI is faster, it is not better than a human being.

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Image: medical image of a heart at MEDICA; Copyright: Messe Düsseldorf
Bild: Elena Blume; Copyright: P. Schmitz

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