-Provides an introduction to the basics of artificial intelligence for medical imaging professionals

-Written in minimally technical language to enable the comprehension of complicated computer science concepts

-Offers a basis for healthcare professionals aiming to apply AI in their everyday clinical or research practice


Editors: Michail E. Klontzas, Salvatore Claudio Fanni, Emanuele Neri


The book is part of the Book series  Imaging Informatics for Healthcare Professionals  that also includes

– Structured Reporting in Radiology

– Basic Knowledge of Medical Imaging Informatics


The series Imaging Informatics for Healthcare Professionals is the ideal starting point for physicians and residents and students in radiology and nuclear medicine who wish to learn the basics in different areas of medical imaging informatics. Each volume is a short pocket-sized book that is designed for easy learning and reference.

The scope of the series is based on the Medical Imaging Informatics subsections of the European Society of Radiology (ESR) European Training Curriculum, as proposed by ESR and the European Society of Medical Imaging Informatics (EuSoMII). The series, which is endorsed by EuSoMII, will cover the curricula for Undergraduate Radiological Education and for the level I and II training programmes. The curriculum for the level III training programme will be covered at a later date. It will offer frequent updates as and when new topics arise.


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