|2018 ASM / R-0041||
|A six-year Australian and New Zealand experience of artificial intelligence techniques applied to MRI liver data – tricks and traps|
This paper presents a six-year experience in an Australian and New Zealand setting of applying computer algorithms to automate the analysis of MRI images of the liver for the quantification of iron and fibrosis, and the insights and learnings achieved over this period to transform these algorithms into a regulated medical device.
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