What is RAIT?

The radiological artificial intelligence testcenter (RAIT) is a collaboration between the departments of radiology at Herlev, Gentofte, Frederiksberg and Bispebjerg Hospital. The collaboration combines the experience of the radiological Innovation unit at Herlev Hospital with an active research section at Frederiksberg and Bispebjerg Hospital. The involved departments wish to establish a common foundation for the development, clinical validation and implementation of artificial intelligence tools in the radiological departments in the capital region of Denmark (RegionH).

Who are we?

RAIT is made up of the people who work on our project. This includes the head of the departments at Bispebjerg and Frederiksberg (Charlotte Trampedach, MD) and Herlev and Gentofte Hospital (Michel Nemery, MD) as well as professor of musculoskeletal radiology (Mikael Boesen, MD, PhD) and other researchers working on various project through the collaboration.

From left to right: Felix Müller, MD, Louis Lind Plesner, MD, Henriette Raaschou, BA, MaLAICS, Mikael Boesen, MD, PhD, Michael Brun Andersen, MD, and Mathias Brejnebøl, MD

Why an Artificial Intelligence collaboration?

AI projects in radiology are limited by the digital infrastructure. This is true for AI project which aim to develop new algorithms, clinically test prototype algorithms or implement validated algorithms in clinical practise. The limitations include data access, data quality and known barriers to implementation.

The solution is a testcenter, which solves the logistical aspects of AI test and implementation, so that researchers and clinicians can focus on what they are best at: making sure that AI in radiology creates value for patients.