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Recording of RSNA 2019 AI theater presentation | Power food for AI

At this year’s RSNA, Mint Medical presented its AI approach to the audience at the AI theater. Tobias Gottmann and Aditya Jayaram highlighted how every radiological read can contribute to an AI-powered future by seeding power food for AI.

Having mint Lesion in place, structured longitudinally connected image and reporting data will be captured for different oncological reading tasks. Those data could be used to empower personalized medicine, clinical decision support systems and to train and improve machine learning based algorithms.

Please find the recording of our AI theater presentation here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jo_NJRH1KFU&feature=youtu.be

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