KDI: Cebit 2018 announces keynote speakers, amongst others, Daniel Sonntag for Artificial Intelligence at the CEBIT Digital Health Forum.
KDI: Invited talk at the Federation of German Industries (BDI), Berlin. Artificial Intelligence Roadmap in Medicine in Germany (Daniel Sonntag).
KDI: Invited talk at Microsoft Berlin, National Roundtable in Digital Tranformation in Medicine (Daniel Sonntag).
KDI: The KDI project’s closing event took place on September 29, 2017 in the Berlin Museum of Medical History. The ruin of the former Rudolf Virchow Lecture Hall, with its historic charm, presented a unique event location that has made for an unforgettable experience.
- 10:00 – Introduction to clinical data intelligence
- 11:00 – Organisation of clincial data, data security
- 12:00 – Application scenarios
- 15:00 – External speakers
- 16:00 – Official Demo Event / Internal meeting with DLR and BMWi
- 17:00 – Farewell
KDI: DFKI presents the Medical VR demonstrator at SIGDial 2017 in Saarbrücken.
KDI: DFKI and Siemens present their MedicalVR scenario (video) with integrated deep learning.
KDI: DFKI presents final version of their integrated facetted search application for nephrology, the digital mammography application, and textual information extraction results in mammography at CBMS 2017.
KDI: We exhibit at CeBIT 2017 at the BMWi booth, DFKI provides a demonstrator in Virtual Reality.
KDI: Invited talk: Machine Learning for Doctors in Healthcare Innovators Summit – Digital Health, Technology Review 2016 Heise Events, Berlin, Germany (November 30, 2016)
KDI: Invited talk: KÜNSTLICHE INTELLIGENZ IN DER MEDIZIN: DAS KLINISCHE DATENINTELLIGENZ PROJEKT
(AI in Medicine–the clinical data intelligence project)
Big Data: Verfügbarkeit, Verknüpfbarkeit und Verwertbarkeit der Daten verbessern, conference (sponsored by BMBF / DFG)
KDI: We exhibit at CeBIT at the BMWi booth, DFKI provides new KDI demonstrators
KDI: From RadSpeech to Clinical Data Intelligence by Image Analysis and Speech Dialogue,
Daniel Sonntag presents at GHTC Science Slam.
US President Barack Obama announced the Precision Medicine Initiative:
Tailoring treatments to individual patients has long been a goal in biomedicine, but US President Barack Obama gave this effort a big boost with his announcement in January of the Precision Medicine Initiative (PMI). As part of the US$215-million programme, which will award its first grants next year, the NIH and partner organizations will recruit one million people across the country, collecting genetic information, health records and even data from electronic health-monitoring devices. Researchers will use the information to look for links between disease risk and genetic and environmental factors.
KDI: KI Journal special issue on Health and Wellbeing published!