The Radiological Society of North America's (RSNA) 104th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting emphasized the transformative role of AI and emerging technologies in radiology, with Qure.ai making notable contributions.
Held in Chicago's McCormick Place, the event attracted 52,985 registrants and generated an estimated $160 million for Chicago's economy.
Qure.ai, a pioneer in AI-led radiology, demonstrated its commitment to cutting-edge innovation with four scientific presentations, enlightening discussions at its booth in the Machine Learning Showcase, and demos at its partners' booths.
These presentations underscored Qure.ai's dedication to leveraging AI and machine learning for radiological imaging and interpretation advancements.
The meeting also featured the RSNA Pneumonia Detection Challenge, with top honors going to Ian Pan & Alexandre Cadrin.
This competition saw teams crafting algorithms to identify pneumonia in chest X-rays, demonstrating the practical implications of AI in radiology.
Additional highlights included advanced visualization, 3-D printing for medical applications, an array of exhibits, plenary sessions, and educational opportunities.
The impact of the meeting extended beyond showcasing the latest innovations, fostering a rich dialogue about the future of radiology and the transformative power of AI.