Artificial Intelligence

General Objectives: By the end of the symposium, participants will be able to:
1. Identify the basic principles of Artificial Intelligence and current applications, limits and potential pitfalls.
2. Recognize the current and future use of Artificial Intelligence in laboratory medicine and its potential for disruptive innovations.
3. Identify the ethical, data privacy and intellectual property aspects of the use of Artificial Intelligence in healthcare

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* 1. Please asses the Sessions overrall

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Sufficient time was allowed for audience participation/active learning
The facilities were satisfactory.
The session was free from commercial bias
Overall, I would rate this Symposium as excellent

Please asses each Speaker by their Session:

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* 2. Introduction to Artificial Intelligence

Speaker:
 Dr. Johan Saba

Founding Partner, Seed AI, Montreal QC

Objectives: At the end of this session, participants will be able to:
1. dentify the role of domain/sector translation in the context of data science and artificial intelligence
2. Develop a strong understanding of data science and machine learning with concrete examples
3. List the limitations of linear models and how deep learning solves them

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Met Stated Objectives
Balanced & Unbiased
Relevant to Practice Overall
Time for Active Learning

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* 3. Using analytics and machine learning to enhance clinical laboratory diagnosis

Speakers:
Dr. Jason Baron
Medical Director, Core Lab, Department of Pathology, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston MA & Assistant Professor, Pathology, Harvard Medical School, Boston MA


Objectives: At the end of this session, participants will be able to:
1. Describe key fundamentals of machine learning
2. Identify opportunities to apply analytics and machine learning to improve clinical laboratory diagnosis
3. Evaluate emerging strategies for clinical decision support

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Clarity of Voice
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Balanced & Unbiased
Relevant to Practice Overall
Time for Active Learning

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* 4. Ethical, Intellectual Property and Data Privacy Considerations related to AI in Healthcare

Speakers:
Dr. Ma'n H. Zawati


Objectives: At the end of this session, participants will be able to:
1. Identify the ethical issues of Privacy in relation to implementation of AI in Healthcare
2. Identify liability issues in relation to implementation of AI in Healthcare
3. Determine patentability issues in relation to implementation of AI in Healthcare.



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Clarity of Voice
Met Stated Objectives
Balanced & Unbiased
Relevant to Practice Overall
Time for Active Learning

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* 5. As a result of attending this session, I am planning to: 

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* 6. Please explain any changes you plan to make or personal learning projects you will pursue as a result of this session:

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* 7. Please indicate which CanMEDS roles you felt were addressed during this educational activity. (Select all that apply)

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* 8. General comments about individual speaker:

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* 9. What topics would you like to be addressed at future conferences to keep you up to date in your profession?

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