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Current Applications and Future of Artificial Intelligence in Cardiology 2019

Current Applications and Future of Artificial Intelligence in Cardiology is organized by Mayo Clinic and will be held from Jul 19 - 20, 2019 at InterContinental San Francisco, San Francisco, California, United States of America. Intended

The didactic and keynote presentations will cover topics of interest related to AI in Cardiology including a brief history of AI, early applications of AI in general and specific to healthcare, and a brief review of pioneering applications of AI in Cardiology.We will also provide a general overview of the general steps to carryout research involving AI, a summary of key concepts to better understand the principles of AI in medicine, and to clarify concepts that are commonly misunderstood related to AI. In

this program, we will also provide some attendees a forum to present their current projects with a special format with limited slides and time for questions.Some lectures, particularly the breakout sessions, will be focused on specific areas of AI in medicine such as prediction tools, screening tools, natural language processing in healthcare and medical informatics, imaging processing, and clinical decision making.There will also be talks providing attendees general tools on how to publish manuscripts on AI and critical steps to pursue intellectual property rights. Objectives: Upon

am to 12:15 pm Current Applications and Future of Artificial Intelligence in Cardiology is organized by Mayo Clinic and will be held from Jul 19 - 20, 2019 at InterContinental San Francisco, San Francisco, California, United States of America.

this program, we will also provide some attendees a forum to present their current projects with a special format with limited slides and time for questions.Some lectures, particularly the breakout sessions, will be focused on specific areas of AI in medicine such as prediction tools, screening tools, natural language processing in healthcare and medical informatics, imaging processing, and clinical decision making.There will also be talks providing attendees general tools on how to publish manuscripts on AI and critical steps to pursue intellectual property rights.

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We strongly welcome the introduction of appropriately regulated and governed uses of AI related technologies to augment clinical practice.Far from making the clinical radiologist and clinical oncologist of the future redundant, as some press has suggested, the use of AI will help standardise many aspects of clinical care, will optimise processes, and allow greater use of clinical data to inform best practice and outcomes.

For these technologies to translate into patient benefit and clinician support as swiftly and smoothly as possible, we are urging all developers to synergise on the following core principles: Recognising the risks associated with unfettered implementation of disruptive technologies to patient care and outcomes, our approach is to support all our members in becoming early adopters, embracing the technology as it develops – working wherever possible with innovators.

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