Welcome to SIBGRAPI 2021 – the 34th Conference on Graphics, Patterns and Images! See our full program at https://www.inf.ufrgs.br/sibgrapi2021/program.php#content . This year we have an entirely virtual event, occurring from Monday October 18th to Friday October 22nd, 2021 (a total of 5 days), in a week filled with exciting presentations in Image Processing, Computer Graphics, Pattern Recognition, and Computer Vision.
AI has the power to transform health care. From more efficient diagnoses to safer treatments, it could remedy some of the ills suffered by patients. Film supported by @Maersk 00:00 – Can AI help heal the world? 00:45 – How can AI spot blindness? 04:01 – Protecting patients’ privacy 05:10 – How to share medical data safely 06:11 – Medical AI is rapidly expanding 08:02 – What do the sceptics say? 08.36 – Using AI for new medical devices 11:08 – What does the future hold for medical AI? Read Tim Cross’s technology quarterly report on artificial intelligence and its limits: https://econ.st/3ukriaf Sign up to The Economist’s daily newsletter to keep up to date with our latest stories: https://econ.st/3gJBH8D Will AI improve medical treatments? https://econ.st/3oi4Drm What are the potential benefits and pitfalls of medical AI? https://econ.st/3B8vo6R Listen to our podcast about how AI will be used in 20 years time: https://econ.st/3rnE99N A digital revolution in health care is speeding up: https://econ.st/32UEKX5 Watch our film on managing the risks and rewards of emerging technologies: https://econ.st/3AW5DpS Is AI capable of falling in love? Listen here: https://econ.st/3rmzEMs
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In his new book, Deep Medicine, Eric Topol – cardiologist, geneticist, digital medicine researcher – claims that artificial intelligence can put the humanity back into medicine. By freeing physicians from rote tasks, such as taking notes and performing medical scans, AI creates space for the real healing that occurs between a doctor who listens and a patient who needs to be heard. The counterintuitive recognition that technology can create space for compassion in the clinical setting could mean fewer burned-out doctors, more empowered patients, cost savings, and an entirely new way to approach medicine. Featuring: David Brooks, Eric Topol This conversation was recorded during Aspen Ideas: Health in Aspen, Colorado. Presented by the Aspen Institute, the three-day event opens the Aspen Ideas Festival and features more than 200 speakers engaging with urgent health care challenges and exploring cutting-edge innovations in medicine and science. Learn more at https://www.aspenideas.org
Recent advances in artificial intelligence and machine learning are changing the way doctors practice medicine. Can medical data actually improve health care? At this seminar, Harvard Medical School scientists and physicians will discuss how AI assists doctors in diagnosing disease, determining the best treatments and predicting better outcomes for their patients. Like Harvard Medical School on Facebook: https://goo.gl/4dwXyZ Follow on Twitter: https://goo.gl/GbrmQM Follow on Instagram: https://goo.gl/s1w4up Follow on LinkedIn: https://goo.gl/04vRgY Website: https://hms.harvard.edu/
Renowned author, cosmic explorer, and MIT professor of physics Max Tegmark gives us a glimpse into a world where artificial intelligence has surpassed humanity. Are humans part of this future?
Artificial intelligence may help in any diagnosis because it can scan millions of medical patterns and offer doctors possible causes of why you aren’t feeling well.
The future of health care may change dramatically as entrepreneurs offer solutions that change how we prevent, diagnose, and cure health conditions, using artificial intelligence (AI). New research explores three distinct levels of AI (autonomous, augmented, and assisted) and the ways in which they will affect the industry. California Management Review Volume 61, Issue 2 (Winter 2019) Read Massimo Garbuio and Nidthida Lin’s article, “Artificial Intelligence as a Growth Engine for Health Care Startups: Emerging Business Models” at: https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/0008125618811931 For more information, access to a complete list of articles in this issue, or for purchasing options, please visit us online: http://cmr.berkeley.edu Video production: David Salisbury
Developing machine learning capabilities will require heavy investment and the cultivation of a generation of developers with a background in data science. Machine learning and artificial intelligence were the stuff of science fiction when an intelligent computer turned on its creators in 2001: A Space Odyssey. Fifty years later, intelligent algorithms are beginning to reshape many facets of health care, education and commerce – and that process is just beginning, says Jia Li, the head of R&D at Google Cloud AI. “But machine learning development is a very complex and resource-consuming process. It will require investment and expertise in every single step: Collect the data, design a model, tune model parameters, evaluate, deploy it, and finally update and iterate the entire process,” Li said during her presentation at this year’s Women in Data Science (WiDS) conference at Stanford University. AI, or artificial intelligence, has the potential to improve the outcome for patients and help clinicians make better decisions, she says. In a sense, AI can help medical teams connect the dots. AI could suggest guidance on everything from patient lifestyles to medications and provide automated monitoring and early assessment of critical conditions by noticing subtle signals that a human would not be able to detect. Studies have shown that 10 percent of thoracic patient deaths are related to diagnostic errors, and 4 percent of the 400 million or so radiological interpretations conducted each year in the U.S. contain clinically significant errors. Machine learning could improve those outcomes, but developing and [More]
Recorded May 1st, 2018 ICLR2018 Augmenting Clinical Intelligence with Machine Intelligence “Healthcare is rapidly becoming a data-intensive discipline, driven by increasing digitization of health data, novel measurement technologies, and new policy-based incentives. Critical decisions about ​whom​ and h​ ow​ to treat can be made more precisely by layering an individual’s data over that from a population. In this talk, I will begin by introducing the types of health data currently being collected and the challenges associated with learning models from these data. Next, I will describe new techniques that leverage probabilistic methods and counterfactual reasoning for tackling the aforementioned challenges. Finally, I will introduce areas where ​statistical machine-learning techniques are leading to new classes of computational diagnostic and treatment planning tools—tools that tease out subtle information from “messy” observational datasets, and provide reliable inferences given detailed context about the individual patient.” – Suchi Saria