RCR Newsletter

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In the Spring 2021 issue of the RCR Newsletter we revisit artificial intelligence and review its potential to change working practices in our specialties. 

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Remote and not-so-remote working

What is the most annoying thing that can happen when working from home?

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ET phone home …

‘Turn it off and on again’ pretty much sums up my expertise in anything digital or information technology (IT) related and, to be honest,

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AI in clinical oncology - Don’t be a dinosaur

‘Artificial intelligence, deep learning, machine learning — whatever you’re doing if you don’t understand it — learn it.

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I blink therefore I am

Artificial intelligence (AI) occupies much of radiology’s attention and investment. While philosophers agonise about what consciousn

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Clinical oncology leading the AI agenda

A group of the brightest and the best, mobilised without boundaries but with a broad agenda to innovate ahead of the game.