7 November: Information meeting for companies interested in joint AI development
The I-AID project welcomes organizations with AI development expertise to participate in an open information and Q&A seminar on the 7th of November. This is an opportunity to discuss joint development of AI solutions for selected clinical needs, within the field of imaging diagnostics at Karolinska University Hospital and Stockholm County Council.
We are seeking partners interested in innovative methods to meet the need of AI solutions within Karolinska University Hospital and Stockholm City Council.
The I-AID project aims to accelerate the development and implementation of AI in healthcare by establishing clear guidelines, policies and processes in legal, regulatory, IT and procurement, as well as to generate novel AI solutions together with partners, for clinical validation and implementation in clinical practice.
Agenda: Open information meeting
- Presentation of the I-AID project
- Framwork for collaboration and joint development
When: November 7, at 13.30-15.30
Where: H2 Health Hub, Hälsingegatan 45, Stockholm
Nicke Svanvik, Chief Innovation Officer
Anders Jönebratt, Chief Information Officer
Juhana Hakumäki, Director of Imaging Services
Birgitta Janerot Sjöberg, I-AID Project Manager and Senior Consultant MD
Tomas Borgegård, I-AID coordinator at the Center for Innovation
To register for the meeting please send a mail to Tomas Borgegård
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