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WG TALK "Artificial Intelligence (AI) for automatic signal and image analysis in population studies: are we there yet?"

Live Online Event of the ESC WG on e-Cardiology

29/11/2022 16:00 29/11/2022 17:00 Europe/Paris WG TALK "Artificial Intelligence (AI) for automatic signal and image analysis in population studies: are we there yet?"

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Summary

AI in healthcare is growing exponentially. This event aims at proposing a didactic overview of state-of-the-art tools on major applications involving cardiac signals and images, and building a critical view on which one may suit your future cardiac studies.


AI for automatic signal and image analysis in population studies: are we there yet?

Chairs:

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Nicolas Duchateau (France)

 

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Joost Lumens (Netherlands)

 

Presentations:

AI for end-to-end imaging pipelines: ready for large routine cohorts?

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 Bram Ruijsink (Netherlands/UK)

 

AI for automatic ECG analysis: what have we gained so far?

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 Giulia Da Poian (Switzerland) 

 

AI for personalised medicine: towards in-silico trials?

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 Maxime Sermesant (France) 

 

Questions and Answers

During the Q&A, participants will have the opportunity to interact with the chairs and speakers by asking their questions using the "Q&A" module. Chairs and speakers can answer directly in the module (publicly or privately) or discuss live during the Q&A.

Registration

This event is open to all.
Registration deadline: Tuesday, 29 November, noon CET (Paris time)

Register

The event recording will be accessible on-demand two weeks after the live event.