It was a pleasure to meet Vincenzo Valentini, Past President, European SocieTy for Radiotherapy and Oncology (ESTRO), at the ECCO 2019 European Cancer Summit in Brussels to discuss his expert opinion on how artificial Intelligence is impacting radiation and imaging and what we can expect in the future.
1. How does artificial intelligence (AI) assist radiation oncology in cancer care and what benefits does it bring? (0:10)
2. In what specific cancer types is AI currently used to assist diagnosis and treatment? (1:26)
3. Is the use of AI accepted by physicians and is its wider use likely to improve outcomes? (3:17)
4. Is the use of AI in cancer care likely to increase? (4:00)
Vincenzo Valentini has no conflicts of interest to declare in relation to this video.
Filmed in partnership with the European CanCer Organisation at the ECCO 2019 European Cancer Summit in Brussels, Belgium.
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