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AI in the field of Medicine
09/12/2022 @ 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Using Artificial Intelligence (AI) is becoming the future of medicine.
Technological advancements in computational power, paired with large data generated in healthcare systems, would make many clinical problems suitable for AI applications. But, to what extent can computers and doctors collaborate to detect and diagnose diseases? Are computerised algorithms trustworthy for diagnostic purposes? To address these questions, the Early Career Researchers (ECRs) of King’s College London will present how AI is currently shaping the future of clinical practice, potential limitations, and how AI can impact the quality of healthcare in the years to come.
Join us to hear the following presentations!
- (Un)Fairness in medical AI: tackling algorithmic bias in a biased world’, Tiarna Lee, PhD student KCL
- Interpretable data mining techniques for patient phenotyping, Antonio López Martínez-Carrasco, PhD student KCL/ University of Murcia
- The use of retinal imaging methods and AI to sub-type dementia, Zeynep Sahin, PhD student KCL
- Beating dementia before it arrives – is decentralised artificial intelligence the answer?’ Chris Albertyn, PhD student KCL
- King’s Doctoral Students Association (KDSA)
- CDT Drive Health
- CDT Surgical Interventional Engineering
- CDT in Smart Medical Imaging
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