St Mark’s Frontiers in Intestinal and Colorectal Disease: Difficult Decisions in GI Disease
- 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
The first artificial intelligence devices for Gastroenterology are commercially available as of late 2019. But what is AI? How should we view it and how should clinicians interpret the literature around AI devices? This free one-day symposium is the first UK conference for Gastroenterology and will bring together clinicians, managers, commissioners and policy-makers to discuss AI in Gastroenterology, ethical considerations, hear from colleagues around the UK and from major manufacturers in our field. Topics around bowel cancer screening, polyp detection and characterisation, Barrett’s oesophagus, big data, natural language processing, IBD and medical robotics will feature.
With confirmed speakers from the Turing Institute, NHSX, the Academic Health Sciences Network, major Industry players and clinical teams from across the UK, this conference will bring together all interested stakeholders to discuss the basics, ethics, legality, regulation and commercialisation strategy for AI in the UK for 2020 and beyond.
Clinicians and researchers from around the UK and beyond will be presenting case studies on how AI is already transforming healthcare in our specialty, with topics including bowel cancer screening, inflammatory bowel disease, big data and endoscopy.
Attendance is open to representatives from Commissioning groups, NHS managers with an interest in digital tech, and any and all Healthcare Professionals interested to hear more.
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