Gulf Coast Cluster for Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is an umbrella term that encompasses predictive modeling, machine learning, and automated decision making. The last five years have seen an explosion in the field, enabled by the availability of low-cost GPU based hardware, diverse data sources at unprecedented scale and levels of detail in a variety of domains, and open-source deep learning algorithms. Rice University and the University of Houston, with established Computer Science departments, are powerhouses in the area. Simultaneously, applications of AI in all branches of health care, have also exploded. The hard-core medical research institutions in the GCC (BCM, TAMUHSC, UTH, UTMB, and MDACC) all host numerous application areas of interest. While the underlying methodologies for AI can be developed in the abstract, there is enormous potential for the definition of both broad and specific use-cases in the health care arena and natural optimization of AI methods for these use cases.
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AI in Healthcare Meet and Greet
We invite you to join us for the series of monthly AI in Healthcare Cluster Meet-and-Greet events that will take place via Zoom. The goal of the Meet-and-Greet meetings is […]Find out more »
AI in Healthcare Panel Discussion
Training Clinicians to Use Artificial Intelligence Panelists: Andrew Bazemore, MD, MPH: Senior Vice President, Research & Policy, American Board of Family Medicine; Co-Director, Center for Professionalism & Value in Health […]Find out more »
AI in Healthcare Seminar
Bibb Allen, MD FACRChief Medical Officer ACR Data Science InstituteDiagnostic Radiologist Dr. Allen is a diagnostic radiologist with the Birmingham Radiological Group and is in community practice at Grandview Medical […]Find out more »
GCC AI in Healthcare Symposium
Confirmed speakers: Ananth Annapragada, BCM/TCH; Souptik Barua, Rice Univ.; Bettina Beech, Univ. of Houston; Marino Bruce, Univ. of Houston; David Buck, Univ. of Houston; Matthias Heinkenschloss, Rice Univ.; Xiaoqian Jiang, UT Health Science Center Houston; Samden Lhatoo, UT […]Find out more »