Professor, Fujita University, Japan
It is becoming increasingly clear that artificial intelligence is going to shape the practice of pathology in years to come. For this reason, the 2022 congress has expanded coverage on AI and computational pathology practices and technology. As well as exploring clinical image analysis and LIS integration, the meeting includes diagnostic and clinical case studies.
“I learned a great deal from people experienced in AI” Solution provider company
“Good talks and an excellent environment for networking” Delegate
“Great opportunity to meet world-class leaders, experts and vendors” Delegate
“Talks were from renowned speakers and the exhibition space was excellent” Speaker
Whether you are looking to hear more about the adoption and integration of digital pathology, seeking collaborations and tools to increase workflow or uncover the latest developments in automated image analysis, the congress is one not to be missed!
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Vice Chair of Diagnostic Technology Innovation, Director of Cytopathology, Director of International Telepathology, UCLA, David Geffen School of Medicine, USA
Heads, The Digital and Frontier Technology Cluster, National University of Malaysia, Malaysia
Agenda in brief:
• Digital Pathology – trends, strategy and technology
• Computational pathology & artificial intelligence
• Clinical Implementation
• Digital Pathology and AI in education
• Digital Pathology applications and research case studies
What is included:
• All conference sessions
• Lunches and refreshments
• Access to exhibition room
• All networking forums
• Conference workbook
• e-documentation pack
The programme has been designed to create a collaborative environment in which you can engage with the speakers, sponsors and other delegates in attendance.