Most radiology residents want education on AI to be included in residency curriculum (March 6, 2023)
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According to research published in January 27 in Academic Radiology, most radiology residents in the U.S. want education on AI technology to be included in the residency curriculum and they want the training to be hands-on. Among the different educational approaches, hands-on AI/machine-learning laboratory and a lecture series were reported to be the most beneficial or effective method, by 67% and 61%, respectively. Radiologists do not need to learn to code to develop Medical AI algorithms on their own.
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