Jakob Wittenstein at the front desk of the auditorium

AI in Medicine – Bridging bytes and bedside

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A networking event together with the Saxon State Chancellery

Prof. Kather and the Clinical AI research group at Else Kröner Fresenius Center for Digital Health in cooperation with the Saxon State Chancellery brought together 150 participants for a networking event about AI in medicine. Various speakers gave interesting insights into use cases for AI in medicine. Dr. Jakob Wittenstein was one of the speakers and presented the IntelliLung project to the audience. He explained the vision of the project and how the consortium wants to use Artificial intelligence to improve the combination of settings and accomplish lung support with reduced risk of damage.

Chief of the State Chancellery and State Minister Oliver Schenk opened the event pointing out that Saxony has a powerful, technology-related and application-oriented research landscape. And that the Free State of Saxony continues to consistently expand the excellent research structures in the Free State in the area of AI and open them up to the latest developments. A large community around digital health and AI in medicine has grown in Dresden and Saxony. We are proud to be part of it! Our vision is to bring together the expertise of medical professionals and high-tech specialists to create ideal framework conditions for promising medical research to make the future of healthcare personalized, preventive and predictive.

Watch the recording of the event

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