Join us for an exciting full-day conference navigating the intersection of artificial intelligence (AI) with clinical decision-making and the role of the patient.
This BioSymposium will explore the complex AI landscape. What are the ethical and practical challenges of using this technology to diagnose conditions and make treatment recommendations? When is AI integration compulsory and who bears responsibility? And what potential sanctions are imminent for non-use?
- Applying AI in clinical decision-making
- How AI is transforming clinical decision-making and patient outcomes
- The role of the medical doctor and patient
- Circumstances driving clinicians to use AI
- Obligations and considerations for adopting this technology
- Impacts on standard of care.
- Legal and ethical implications
- Distribution of liability in AI-assisted decision-making
- Legal and ethical considerations in determining responsibility
- Assessing if the level of care is commensurate with a ‘reasonable physician’ or ‘reasonable robot’.
- Current state of AI adoption
- How AI is currently being used in biotechnology and clinical practice
- Case studies of real-world applications
- IP considerations, identifying the drug or device developer and the owner.
- The future of AI in biotech
- Opportunities for digital health product development and commercialisation
- Balancing risk and security while advancing innovation
- Trends, advancements and AI integration
- AI reimbursement models
- The path ahead.
What to expect:
- The latest updates from industry experts
- Engaging information for diverse audiences
- Dynamic panel Q&A sessions
- In-person networking opportunities with peers.
Who should attend?
- Professionals seeking to improve knowledge and foster connections
- Policy makers, patient advocates and regulatory experts
- Clinicians and scientists engaging in AI research, diagnostics and clinical practice
- Start-ups, entrepreneurs and investors.
- Australian Institute for Machine Learning (AIML)
- Digital Healthcare Innovation
- FB Rice
- Medtech Entrepreneur and Corporate Advisor
- St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne
- and more…
Date: Monday 18 March 2024
8:15 am – 8:45am: Guest arrival and registration
8:45am – 5:30pm: Sessions 1 – 4
5:30pm – 6:30pm: Networking
Venue: Monash College, Level 2 Auditorium, 750 Collins Street, Docklands, VIC 3008
Host: BioMelbourne Network
Registration (Early, early-bird rate, limited time only):
In-person: Member $295; Non Member $450
Special thanks to our BioSymposium event sponsors
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In the event of postponement by BioMelbourne Network, all registrations will be carried forward to a new date. Should the program be cancelled, or you are unable to attend on the rescheduled date, a full refund will be made available.
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