AI takes over in medical diagnostics - is it reality or hype?
Computer vision has become more and more powerful over the last decades and AI is leveraging our human capabilities even further. And because imaging is a huge part in the medical diagnostic process, healthcare related solutions might create huge impact for society. But what are the key aspects to make a solution not only technologically work, but to be marketable in the highly regulated medical industry. Also how do doctors react on that new technological development - fear or excitement?
As speaker and competent discussion partner we invited Jaroslav Bláha as CEO and co-founder of CellmatiQ. He and his team are working on AI based software solution for many different medical use cases like x-ray or pupilography for glaucoma detection. He will explain both technological and business aspects as he knows both worlds: neuronal networks and image-based workflows in medical diagnostics.
After his presentation and a general QA we will discuss in a few interdisciplinary groups several other similar use cases and concepts. Also there will be a quick introduction slot of our bi-weekly project group for ML / AI enthausiast “Open Healt Hacker Kaggle”. They will present their work on cancer detection in a histopathological challenge they participated on the web-based platform Kaggle.
18:30 – 18:45 Opening and Introduction
18:45 – 19:45 Pitch, Demo and QA
19:45 – 20:00 Open Health Hackers Kaggle Squad
20:00 – 20:45 General Discussion and Use Cases
after 20:45 – Drinks & Chat
* The talk and discussion might be in English or German depending on audience and speakers
Everyone is free to join this event. The audience is the Health Hacker community (physicians, care givers, engineers, programmers and hackers) and both the medical and medical technology students of the lecture “New technologies and methods for the future of healthcare”. So we can analyze this concept from the medical as well as the technical aspect.
Looking forward to meet you all!