View our free webinar and hear from GI cancer experts explaining what Artificial Intelligence and Big Data mean for patients?
In this Living Room Series webinar, Chair of the GI Cancer Institute Dr Lorraine Chantrill and guest speakers Dr Hui-li Wong and Associate Professor Vicki Whitehall explain how advances in technology is influencing current and future GI treatment options.
GI cancer is pervasive and incredibly complex. Treating patients requires health practitioners to consider an enormous amount of data – often too much for clinicians to analyse on their own. To accelerate the development of better cancer treatments, researchers are building tools that can quickly draw meaningful insights from cancer data.
In addition to Big Data, in recent years several applications of Artificial Intelligence (AI) have emerged in the GI cancer field based on its efficient computational power and learning capabilities such as image-based diagnosis and prognosis prediction. AI-assisted diagnosis includes pathology, endoscopy and computerised tomography.
Hear the panel iscuss what AI and Big Data means for patients:
- Faster, and increased accuracy in diagnosis
- More information to provide tailor-made, and precisely targeted treatments
- Early detection and increased survival rates.