You can believe American College of Radiology (ACR) Data Science Institute Chief Officer Dr. Keith Dreyer when he says the 2019 Imaging Informatics Summit October 5-6, in Washington, DC, will be the key to making progress in the next year for anyone who focuses on the role artificial intelligence (AI) and data can play in improving patient care.
Regina Barzilay, PhD, a professor of electrical engineering and computer science and member of the computer science and artificial intelligence laboratory at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, will present the keynote speech. It will highlight the latest trends in deep learning models that use imaging, free text and structured data to advance early diagnosis, treatment and disease prevention.
More can be learned from six plenary sessions and a faculty of 16 distinguished AI researchers on these relevant topics:
- The Current State of AI in Clinical Practice
- ACR AI-LABTM Concepts and Demonstration
- How Enterprise Imaging Intersects Enterprise AI Development
- Update on Regulatory and Reimbursement Challenges with AI
- Data Access, Privacy and Security
- Optimizing the IT Supply Chain to Deploy AI in the Clinical Workflow
You can also participate in a hands-on demonstration of the ACR AI-LAB. It will give you a chance to roll up your sleeves, adjust the settings and see how you can modify AI without coding.
Act now to take advantage of discounted room rates until September 6 at the JW Marriott Washington, DC and discounted event admission pricing effective on and before September 23 for the summit at the Ronald Reagan Building / International Trade Center, centrally located on historic Pennsylvania Avenue.