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The European Society of Thoracic Imaging (ESTI) will be hosting its annual meeting in Oxford, the United Kingdom from Thursday, June 9 through Saturday, June 11. The meeting will feature several lectures of note relating to the topic of “Artificial Intelligence” including “Deep learning-based air trapping quantification analysing structure-function relationships in children with cystic fibrosis using paired inspiratory-expiratory ultra-low dose CT” (S.M. Muller, Heidelberg/DE), “AI detection of normal chest radiographs in clinical practice” (S. Schalekamp, Nijmegen/NL), “The Basics of Artificial Intelligence” (B. van Ginneken, Nijmegen/NL), and Dr. Anagha Parkar’s (Bergen/NO) talk, “The work needed to implement the use of AI in CXR interpretation”. This last talk will dive into questions ranging from “Is an AI system compatible with your IT system?” and “What are, if any, the GDPR issues?” to “How are you going to teach radiologists how to use a new AI system?” and “Will there be potential negative changes in workflow?”

Suffice it to say, ESTI 2022 is an event that is not to be missed when it comes to learning about and developing skills in artificial intelligence!

Click here to learn more about ESTI 2022!

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