My City-Lab Talk Series
AI in Outbreak Management
Wednesday, 10 June 2020, 11.00 -12.15 (CEST, Brussels time)
My City-Lab Talk Series is back!
The third meeting of My City-Lab Talk Series on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and health care will take place on 10 June via Webinar.
The objective of this webinar is to discuss how AI applications can be implemented into risk management practices to prevent and to better prepare healthcare systems against infectious disease epidemics.
Artificial Intelligence is developing fast. It will change our lives and it has unlimited potential in healthcare. The current COVID-19 outbreak has shown how AI can play a critical role in predict, explain and manage the different scenarios caused by a disease outbreak. Therefore, this webinar will involve keynote speakers and participants in an exchange of views on the concrete applications of AI solutions to better tackle disease outbreaks.
Do not miss the opportunity to participate in our passionate debate and discuss:
- How can AI contribute to the diagnosis and prevention of infectious diseases?
- How can AI support the laboratory process in the creation of vaccines for new outbreaks?
- How could patients use AI to inform themselves about the perils of outbreaks?
- What are the ethical and security challenges of the use of AI in a pandemic?
- How Artificial Intelligence can help the fight against COVID-19?
With remarkable insights from:
- David Gruson – Director of the Health Programme, Jouve
- Neda Milesvka – Board Member, International Alliance of Patients’ Organizations
- Nadine Nehme – Scientist and medical researcher, Medicus AI
- George Valiotis – Interim Executive Director, European Health Management Association
Looking forward to virtually welcoming you on Wednesday 10 June 2020 from 11.00 to 12.15
My City-Lab project – financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) – aims to create 2 new primary care structures, called My City-Lab, integrating the innovation of laboratory medicine and mobile health. The scope of the project is to facilitate access to laboratory tests as part of an integrated and collaborative approach to ambulatory care of a chronically ill individual, as well as to contribute to the dynamic monitoring of patients with chronic diseases.