Collaboration Key To The Widespread Adoption Of AI For Health Care
Artificial intelligence (AI) vendors are partnering with health care providers to identify practical challenges and consider AI technology as a potential solution. This type of collaboration is crucial to successful AI adoption because the technology is designed to tackle real-world health care problems. A myriad of examples was displayed at the recent RSNA 2020 meeting.
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