- •Over the past decade, CAD powered by AI/DL has shown significant increase in accuracy compared to the traditional CAD.
- •By identifying negative mammograms and de-prioritizing them, AI based CAD tools can optimize radiologist workflow.
- •AI based CAD tools can contribute to increased efficiency as well as reduce interval cancer rates and recall rates.
- •Many challenges to widespread adoption of AI in breast imaging remain, including the cost of implementation as well as the ethical and legal implications.
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