UKRI CDT in Biomedical AI  Industry Event 19th March 2021

UKRI CDT in Biomedical AI Industry Event 19th March 2021

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A half day event designed to share advances in the field of Biomedical AI and how collaborations may support industrial partners.

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The University has placed health and biomedicine at the heart of their Data Driven Innovation agenda, a key contribution to this is the UKRI Centre for Doctoral Training in Biomedical Artificial Intelligence to transform our understanding and practice of biomedicine.

Delivering such a step change will require training a new cadre of scientists operating at the intersection of computer science and biomedicine, building AI systems which are effective, ethical and empowering to scientists and users alike.

The CDT in Biomedical AI builds on a long history of collaboration between several centres of excellence within the University and reflects academic specialists not only from Informatics and Biological Sciences but also expertise on responsible innovation, ethical AI and societal impact.

The aim of this event is to discuss interests, challenges and research developments in Biomedical AI. As part of this we will be sharing the ambitions and plans of a number of industrial partners to design, test and mobilise AI tools in the field and to showcase our students and faculty members whom we anticipate can support partners’ ambitions in the development of Biomedical AI.

Agenda:

10.00-10.05 Introductions and welcome (Dr Ian Simpson)

10.05- 11.10 Industrial partners AI focus and ambitions (x 3)

11.10-12.00 Research student talks ( x 3)

12.00-12.45 Breakout sessions:

• Medical Imaging

• Genomics

• Clinical & Healthcare

• Systems Biology

12.45-13.00 Feedback from breakout sessions

13.00-13.15 How the UKRI Biomedical CDT supports industry partnerships

Further details of the UKRI Biomedical CDT can be found via the following links:

https://web.inf.ed.ac.uk/cdt/biomedical-ai/about

https://web.inf.ed.ac.uk/cdt/biomedical-ai/people/supervisors

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