The webinar brings together 120 AI experts in medical imaging and healthcare practitioners discussing the potential of AI technology in supporting clinicians.

By Mr John Stevenson (Senior Communications Officer), Published

City’s School of Mathematics, Computer Science and Engineering hosted the Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare webinar on Thursday, 16th September 2021.

The event was co-organised by the Artificial Intelligence Research Centre (CitAI), and the Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine (IPEM UK), as part of STEM in Healthcare webinar series.

The primary motivation of the series is to expose and stimulate the STEM community with some of the most exciting and cutting-edge research and innovation developments within STEM in healthcare.

The Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare webinar brought together 120 AI experts in medical imaging, and healthcare practitioners who discussed the potential of AI technology in supporting clinicians in automated diagnosis and decision-making.

The event included talks by Dr Constantino Carlos Reyes-Aldasoro on “Analysis of cancer cells with Artificial Intelligence and Human Intelligence”; Dr Christina Malamateniou on “AI in Radiography, the beauty is in the AI of the beholder”; and Dr Giacomo Tarroni on “Learning to tell wrong from right: detecting anomalies in medical images without expert supervision”.

The event was chaired by Dr Eduardo Alonso.

The recording of the event is available at this weblink.