07-02-2019 - 08:00
Artificial Intelligence for early diagnosis and treatment
 
Workshop 
STOA  
European Parliament, Brussels, Altiero Spinelli building, room 7-F387

Artificial intelligence and medicine  
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Artificial intelligence, where computers perform tasks which are usually assumed to require human intelligence, is currently being discussed in nearly every domain of science. Artificial intelligence techniques have sent vast waves across health. In this event, the current status of artificial intelligence applied to early diagnosis and targeted disease intervention, will be discussed among researchers and decision-makers.

PROGRAMME

  • 8.00 - 8.05 WELCOME & INTRODUCTION

Paul RÜBIG, MEP and STOA 1st Vice-Chair

  • 8.05 - 8.10

Wolfgang BURTSCHER, Deputy Director-General, DG Research, European Commission

  • 8.10 - 8.20 BREAKTHROUGH TECHNOLOGIES FOR EARLY DIAGNOSIS AND TARGETED DISEASE INTERVENTION

Amos TANAY, Weizmann Institute, Rehovot, Israel

  • 8.20 - 8.30 DATA SCIENCE, ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE & MACHINE LEARNING FOR UNDERSTANDING THE CAUSE AND BIOLOGY OF DISEASE

Marc A. MARTI-RENOM, Center for Genomic Regulation, Barcelona, Spain

  • 8.30 - 8.40 REVOLUTIONISING HEALTHCARE

Angelika EGGERT, Charité-Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Germany

  • 8.40 - 8.50 NEW PATTERNS AND CREATIVE SOLUTIONS LEADING TO SUSTAINABLE GROWTH DRIVEN BY INNOVATION

Nikolaus RAJEWSKY, Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine in the Helmholtz Association

Geneviève ALMOUZNI, Institut Curie, CNRS, Paris, France

  • 8.50 - 8.55 DISCUSSION

  • 8.55 - 9.00 CLOSING REMARKS

Michał BONI, MEP and STOA Panel Member