Standardised reports might be good for humans, but they are probably bad for artificial intelligence

After an amazingly high number of readers for my last blog post (thanks to everyone who read and shared it), I have starting writing a series of posts on the big question in radiology – will radiologists be replaced by machines in the near future? Geoff Hinton thinks we have five to ten years left, and as one … Continue reading Standardised reports might be good for humans, but they are probably bad for artificial intelligence

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Health Informatics, big data and computer gamers @ SAHMRI

Thanks again to HISA for inviting us, and for the excellent Q & A / meet and greet after the talks. In particular thanks to Chris Radbone for organising the event. We got a tour of SAHMRI before we started, and I can say that the building was as impressive from the inside as is from outside. … Continue reading Health Informatics, big data and computer gamers @ SAHMRI

Precision radiology, deep learning, artificial intelligence, oh my!

Last month I presented a talk on my PhD project at the 2016 Aus and NZ College of Radiology and Radiation Oncology annual meeting, which is the first time I have talked about it publicly. We have not published any major papers yet (our first big one is just about ready for submission), so there hasn't been … Continue reading Precision radiology, deep learning, artificial intelligence, oh my!

Practice cases now available on education page

Hi all, After several requests I have uploaded the practice cases for the various lectures to the education page (the same place you can get the lectures). Please remember to download the files to make full use of them, as the animations don't work over slideshare. There will be some errors in the presentations, I … Continue reading Practice cases now available on education page

Launch of the SA Radiology Research Network

So part of the reason blogging has been slow is that I have been working towards the launch of a new initiative - the South Australian Radiology Research Network (SARRN) is intended to support and promote research and evidence based practice amongst radiologists and associated health professionals in SA. We are still in the early … Continue reading Launch of the SA Radiology Research Network