The networking event of KI.NRW & AICommunityOWL.

With AI Monday, KI.NRW and AICommunityOWL aim to network AI enthusiasts in NRW and beyond to discuss the present and future of artificial intelligence and its impact on business and society. The AI Monday event series has been held in changing European cities since 2017. The next “AI Monday NRW” will take place on June 28, 2021 as a virtual event on the topic of “AI and Healthcare”.

AI Monday NRW on 28.6.2021: AI and Healthcare

Digital technologies offer great opportunities for healthcare. The constantly growing amount of health data makes it possible to develop intelligent and personalized applications for early health detection, diagnostics, treatment and follow-up care.

We look forward to sharing with you a look at the potential of AI in medicine, while learning where AI is already in use today.

Who is it meant for?

AI Monday targets people who wish to learn about AI, change leaders, and folks who seek to utilise large quantities of data in unforeseen ways.

Where?

Online: Register HERE!

Agenda:

Dr Jil Sander, Head of Healthcare Analytics, Fraunhofer Institute for Intelligent Analysis and Information Systems (IAIS): AI in Healthcare: enabling Smart Hospitals and next generation pharma research

Prof Dr Alexander Hillisch, Head of Computational Molecular Design, Bayer AG: Digitalization of Pharma Research: Holistic AI Approaches and Their Impact on Drug Discovery Projects

Dr Matthias Hartung, Chief Research & Development Officer, Semalytix GmbH: Supporting Patient-centric Drug Development via AI-driven Real-World Evidence Generation from Online Patient Experience Data

Prof Dr Volker Lohweg, Director and Executive Board Member, inIT – Institute Industrial IT, Technische Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe: How can AI assist in gait analysis of idiopathic Parkinson’s disease?

When?

June 28, 2021 – starting at 5:30 PM (Berlin time).

What do I get?

Inspiration, Knowledge, Contacts, Ideas.

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