Most women are not in support of a fully independent use of AI to interpret screening mammograms without involving a radiologist, according to a new Dutch study published in the Journal of the American College of Radiology.
Dutch women aged 16 to 75 years were surveyed using the Longitudinal Internet Studies for the Social sciences panel, representative for the Dutch population.
Despite recent breakthroughs in the diagnostic performance of AI algorithms for the interpretation of screening mammograms, the general population currently does not support a fully independent use of such systems without involving a radiologist. The combination of a radiologist as a first reader and an AI system as a second reader in a breast cancer screening program finds most support at present.
Read more in the Journal of the American College of Radiology.