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RANZCR Position Statement on the Regulation of Artificial Intelligence in Medicine

The introduction of AI into clinical practice will create opportunities to enhance patient care but will create a range of new risks and responsibilities. RANZCR is advocating for effective regulation that provides clarity for AI developers and the r...
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Standards of Practice for Artificial Intelligence

The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists (RANZCR) has reinforced Australia and New Zealand at the forefront of the application of artificial intelligence (AI) in healthcare with the release of world-leading AI Standards of Practic...
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Silicosis Position Statement

Imaging of Occupational Lung Disease Position Statement In Australia a significant incidence of silicosis in workers exposed to the dust from high silica content engineered stone has been identified. Imaging has a central role in the diagnosis ...
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Ethical Principles for AI in Medicine

The nine ethical principles outlined guide the development of professional and practice standards regarding the research and deployment of machine learning systems (ML) and artificial intelligence tools (AI) in medicine. These principles are intended...
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