BWHers Share Advances in Artificial Intelligence and Health Care at the 2018 World Medical Innovation Forum
What does the future of artificial intelligence in medicine look like? Will AI become the clinician’s best friend or replacement? Can AI change the way we conduct clinical trials, drug development and hospital operations, or is the path forward unclear? At this year’s World Medical Innovation Forum, held April 23 to 25, BWH thought leaders and rising stars joined took the stage to address these questions and more. This year’s sold out forum had 1,700 registrants, including 140 executive presenters and key leaders. If you were unable to attend — or if you want to revisit highlights from this year’s forum — check out CRN’s coverage in the images and extended captions below.
AI rock stars from BWH and MGH revealed the top 12 AI technologies that will reinvent health care over the next decade.
First Look: The Next Wave of AI Breakthroughs in Health Care
Nine early-career investigators from the Brigham kicked off the 2018 World Medical Innovation Forum with rapid-fire presentations on their bold ideas for leveraging artificial intelligence to advance medicine and patient care. Their ten-minute presentations highlight discoveries and insights that may shape the future of health care.
Panel Discussions & Fireside Chats
BWHers led panel discussions on how artificial intelligence is transforming health care.