I wondered the same thing for a minute (OMS-IV applying rads next season) until I watched this video. This dude is awesome; I follow him on Instagram too.
He basically says AI in rads is only going to help and that rads is one of the fields AI is synergistic with its' field in the sense that it will make life easier and not pose any threat to jobs.
There was this concern years ago when I was in residency, along with outsourcing night reads and eventually all work to Teleradiology companies. Concerns haven't materialized to a significant or career changing degree in 10+ years. IF anything I agree AI would be nice as an adjunct to radiologists work and help increase quality, would be a long time to actually replace a human being. Lots of radiology is not black or white, not just no fracture or fracture. There are clinicians that like to discuss cases with a live human being who knows medicine.
Volume of studies also keeps on increasing each year, sometimes as much as 5-10% per year in some modalities. I wouldn't mind if a computer helped me out and dictated a few cases for me. I could see compensation changing as a result of this, but lots of things in this current environment is putting pressure on compensation and workload.