A review of the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in breast cancer screening, commissioned by the UK National Screening Committee (UK NSC), has found that humans are still better than technology at spotting possible cases of breast cancer during screening.
Dr Rosalind Given-Wilson is a Consultant Radiologist at St Georges Healthcare NHS Trust.
She set up the South West London breast screening service in 1991 and was Director of Screening, then Medical Director of St Georges until 2015. She is a Non Executive director at Moorfields Eye Hospital.
She has research interests in the optimisation of breast imaging and decision making having published over 120 papers and abstracts. She ran the St Georges National breast screening training centre providing post graduate training and has held the Royal College of Radiologists Breast Imaging Professorship. She has been involved with PHE work on implementing Duty of Candour in breast screening and is chair of the adult reference group of the UK National Screening Committee.
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