Interventional radiologists at the UCLA Medical Center are leveraging artificial intelligence to create a “chatbot” that automatically communicates with referring clinicians, providing them with evidence-based answers to frequently asked questions.

Currently, the AI-powered prototype is being tested by a small UCLA team of hospitalists, radiation oncologists and interventional radiologists. The machine learning application, which acts like a virtual radiology assistant, enables clinicians to rapidly access valuable information while enabling them to perform other duties and to focus on patient care.

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