Over 9.5 million diagnostic ultrasound scans were carried out in the NHS in 2018. Data quality depends upon the skill of the sonographer of which there is a shortage and an increasing demand for their skills.
This lecture will describe applications of deep learning to ultrasound scanning in obstetrics and anaesthetics, addressing both the development challenges and feedback from pilot clinical studies.
Please note this is a change to the advertised Friday Lunch & Lecture.
Friday Lunch & Lecture Events have been running for more than 22 years. The Lectures are free to attend for IET members and non-members. All are welcome.
The optional two course lunch with wine currently costs £18.35 and must be paid for in advance at the counter of the Faraday Kitchen, the receipt giving admission to the lunch.
If attending lunch, arrive before 11.45 and sign-in at the Faraday Centre reception. For attending only the lecture, arrive before 13.45 and sign in for the event; this is separate to the IET Faraday Centre reception signing-in.