The Newsletter comes at a time of renewed optimism, when COVID-19-related government restrictions are lifting, the vaccine progr
When you read this, nearly a quarter of 2021 will have passed. More than a year will have elapsed since the UK first entered lockdown.
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‘Turn it off and on again’ pretty much sums up my expertise in anything digital or information technology (IT) related and, to be honest,
It is becoming increasingly difficult to avoid the buzzwords ‘artificial intelligence (AI)’, ‘machine learning’ or ‘deep learning’ when c
‘Artificial intelligence, deep learning, machine learning — whatever you’re doing if you don’t understand it — learn it.
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Artificial intelligence (AI) occupies much of radiology’s attention and investment. While philosophers agonise about what consciousn
Are we at risk of artificial intelligence (AI) focusing on tasks that are inherently suited to algorithms rather than important to patien
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