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Session D2-S8 Looking Ahead: Leveraging Synergies of Machine Learning and Digitisation

Participants were informed on the big promises of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning and how pervasive digitisation is emerging to provide the foundation for meaningful new services. / [not published: Year 2025 Vision: How Artificial Intelligence will Change Patients and Physicians Lives in Daily Practice by Lester Russell, IBM, United Kingdom] / Re-Inventing Histopathology through AI and Improving the Clinical Impact by Norman Zerbe, Dep. Digital Pathology, Charité and Berlin Institute of Health, Germany / A Wider User Perspective on Artificial Intelligence as a Component of Health Care by Tomasz Szelągowski, Polish Innovative Medical Cluster PIKMED, Poland (Followed by debate: AI as a Game Changer: Patients’, Professionals’ and Provider Views, an interactive debate reflecting the existing achievements of Artificial Intelligence, how do they integrate into and change daily medical practice. What will we see in the next years? Is it realistic that young doctors should stop investing into becoming specialists in fields like radiology? Or will be just see a gradual change in tasks that Health IT can deliver? chaired by Lester Russell, IBM, United Kingdom)

Re-Inventing Histopathology through AI and Improving the Clinical Impact

Re-Inventing Histopathology through AI and Improving the Clinical Impact by Norman Zerbe, Dep. Digital Pathology, Charité and Berlin Institute of Health, Germany

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A Wider User Perspective on Artificial Intelligence as a Component of Health Care

A Wider User Perspective on Artificial Intelligence as a Component of Health Care by Tomasz Szelągowski, Polish Innovative Medical Cluster PIKMED, Poland

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