April 18–19, 2018Boston Convention & Exhibition CenterBoston, MA

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Developing and Validating AI Enabled Applications for Healthcare


Katherine Andriole, PhD (Director of Research Strategy and Operations, MGH & BWH Center for Clinical Data Science)

Location: 160 A

Date: Wednesday, April 18

Time: 10:15am - 11:00am

Pass Type: Conference (Paid) - Get your pass now!

Conference Track: Biomed Track A: R&D

Vault Recording: TBD

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is impacting a broad set of areas, and the sector is demonstrating tremendous growth with billions of investment dollars being spent and hundreds of startups forming in healthcare alone. But what's really being done with these technologies in the realm of healthcare? Inroads have been made in the diagnostic process, especially in imaging, but there is a long road ahead between demonstrating proof-of-concept and widespread clinical adoption. The MGH & BWH Center for Clinical Data Science (CCDS) is focused on the full lifecycle of product development for machine learning enabled clinical applications, from early stage R&D efforts through to clinical integration and validation, to commercialization via channel partners. Come hear how the CCDS works with clinicians, researchers and industry on promising healthcare applications.

Topics covered will include:
  • The current state of specific AI applications in imaging, including the promise and current limitations
  • Examples of CCDS AI enabled products that are being developed and validated, including examples from radiology, pathology, and critical care