Radiologists can now register their practices to participate in the American College of Radiology Data Science InstituteÂ® Federated Learning Program in Artificial Intelligence (AI) hosted on the AI-LAB â„¢ platform.
This free, vendor-independent set of tools allows users to â€œtest driveâ€, develop and train AI algorithms in their facilities using local patient data. With federated learning, registered sites will soon be able to participate in the creation of multi-site algorithms while allowing their data to remain secure on their own servers.
These sites will have access to both community-created models and anonymized performance benchmarks so that they can understand the performance of the algorithm produced by the clinical community as a whole to one that is refined with data of their own. site. This process will help them adjust their own AI implementations to meet clinical needs.
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â€œAs radiologists, we must take advantage of the new capabilities of AI-LAB and take advantage of emerging opportunities to provide better patient care,â€ said Bibb Allen, MD, FACR, medical director of ACR Data Science Institute. â€œAI-LAB can provide radiologists with access to resources to help them develop the skills to practice integrated diagnostics, become better physicians, and improve the value we bring to patients and healthcare systems. ”
The AI-LAB process enables radiologists to participate in the creation, evaluation and validation of AI, and to meet the responsibilities, requirements and opportunities that lie ahead in a future where AI will be increasingly used in daily practice.
â€œRadiologists should prepare to serve as AI experts in imaging, gatekeepers of AI technologies purchased by their practices, and monitors of AI performance in patient care,â€ Keith J. Dreyer, DO, PhD, FACR, ACR Data Science Institute Chief Science Officer. “Failure to do so is to jeopardize patient safety and the effectiveness of algorithms. The new AI-LAB â„¢ can help radiologists prepare for the reality of tomorrow.”
About the American College of Radiology
The American College of Radiology (ACR), founded in 1924, is a professional medical society dedicated to serving patients and society by enabling radiology professionals to advance the practice, science, and professions of radiation care.