Geraldine McGinty, MD, MBA, FACR, chair of the American College of Radiology® (ACR®) Board of Chancellors, will present the keynote lecture for the Artificial Intelligence in Medicine (AlMed) Radiology 2020 Virtual Conference on Wednesday, May 20.
McGinty plans to consider key questions relevant to radiology’s future in respect to the coronavirus pandemic and the likely application of artificial intelligence (AI) in medical imaging practices, including:
- How will the profound global disruption created by the novel coronavirus impact the future of radiology?
- Will innovation be accelerated or grind to a halt?
- Which of the emergency accommodations in regulatory policy outlast the virus, and how will they change the practice of radiology?
- How will we take the valuable lessons we have learned during this crisis and use them to shape our profession in a positive way?
Additional modules during the free one-day event will cover data issues, machine and deep learning in medical imaging, natural language processing in radiology workflow and essential issues in AI in radiology.
See the AIMed Radiology 2020 website for details and registration. Registrants will receive complete login instructions via email seven days before the event. CME credit is available.