Study: Most radiologists don't notice a gorilla in a CT scan

Study: Most radiologists don't notice a gorilla in a CT scan
Trafton Drew, Melissa L. H. Vo and Jeremy M. Wolfe had 24 radiologists look at CT scans of lungs, scanning them lung nodules, which could be cancerous. Each CT scan had an average of 10 nodules and the radiologists were asked to click on them. The last …

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