Massachusetts Medical Society: Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Clinical Practice: Does Machine Learning Empower or Challenge Physicians?

Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Clinical Practice: Does Machine Learning Empower or Challenge Physicians?

Saturday, May 12, 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
MMS Headquarters, Waltham

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Join your colleagues to learn how artificial intelligence (AI) is changing the medical landscape and where it will be in five years. AI technologies have a growing and potentially transformative role in health, in and out of the clinical setting. The revolution has begun with the use of smart devices to monitor individual health. Investment in AI technologies is accelerating, and many see potential for disruptive advances in diagnostics, predictive analytics, and decision support.

Register and attend to learn:

  • How much of AI is hype and how much is snake oil?
  • Which technologies have the greatest potential to replace current medical skills?
  • What are the next steps for IBM Watson®?
  • In which areas of clinical medicine does AI hold the most promise and in which areas is the “juice not worth the squeeze”?
  • What happens to patient privacy in a world awash in data?

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Speaker Information:

Kjell Carlsson, PhD  
1st Speaker 8:20-9:20   
Senior Analyst, Forrester Research   
Artificial Intelligence: What it is and how to treat it

Miriam Huntley, PHD
2nd Speaker 9:20-10:20
CTO and Co-Founder, Day Zero Diagnostics  
Machine Learning in Healthcare: How is ML Measuring Up?

KYU Rhee, M.D., MPP
3rd Speaker 10:45-noon         
Vice President and Chief Health Officer I.B.M. Corporation 
Predicting and Inventing a New Era of Health with AI and Watson

Sumit Nagpal, FHIMSS
Lunch Speaker 12:10-1:10     
Chairman and Co-Founder, CareFully, Co-Founder, LumiraDX, Board of Directors, HIMSS North America, Advisory Board, Healthbox
AI adoption across multiple markets, and where it’s heading

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