At this year’s World Medical Innovation Forum, more than 1,700 senior health care leaders have gathered for a global conference featuring speakers from the Brigham and elsewhere. This year’s forum focused on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its growing impact on clinical care. Below are highlights from “First Look,” a series of rapid fire presentations by early career investigators about the applications of AI in clinical care.

Sandro Santagata, MD, PhD: “Multiplexed Tissue Imaging and Quantitative Pathology for Discovery and Translational Medicine”

Tina Kapur, PhD: “Using AI to Better Visualize Needles in Ultrasound-Guided Liver Biopsies”

Li Zhou, MD, PhD: “Machine Learning and NLP to Track Disease Progression and Predict Health Outcomes”

Vesela Kovacheva, MD, PhD: “Harnessing the Power of Machine Learning to Automate Drug Infusions in the OR and ICU”

Chris Sidey-Gibbons, PhD: “Three Computational Techniques and One Tool to Bring the Patient Voice into Care”

Bharti Khurana, MD: “Making the Invisible Visible: Bringing Intimate Partner Violence into Focus”