December 18, 2021

AI and Biomedicine of Tomorrow: A Human-Centric Perspective | SKEL The AI Lab

Dr George Giannakopoulos, researcher at SKEL | The AI Lab gave an online talk with the title Artificial Intelligence and Biomedicine of Tomorrow: A Human-Centric Perspective, on Wednesday 15 December. The talk was organised by MedHub Athens, the first Biomedical Engineering team that consists of medical students.

During the talk, the students along with the speaker discussed about what AI is and what it is not, how biomedical practice benefits from the use of AI and what will be the challenges and opportunities of this synergy in the near future. The need and the value of “ethics-by-design” throughout the life cycle of AI was highlighted and the data that will make it exploitable as well.

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