Event Summary:

How do we break down barriers to AI adoption in healthcare?

Join IntelliHQ and AI Advance in partnership with the Queensland AI Hub for an expert panel discussion on the barriers that hold us back from widespread adoption of AI in healthcare.

Our panel of AI creators, health professionals and policy advisors will examine the current state of AI for healthcare, identify barriers to adoption, explore progress bottlenecks and uncover examples of artificial intelligence that’s working for healthcare.

Event Details:
  • Thursday 28 January 2021
  • 6:00pm to 7:30pm AEST
  • Access: Via Zoom*. A direct link to the webinar will be emailed to you after registration. *Attendees are notified that this webinar will be recorded

Professor Meng Law, Director of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine Program with Alfred Health, Professor of Radiology, Neuroscience, Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering with Monash University and Director of iBRAIN (Integrative Biomedical Research in AI and Neuroimaging Lab)

Associate Professor Clair Sullivan, lead of the Queensland Digital Academy Research Group, at the Centre for Health Services Research, The University of Queensland (UQ); Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians, the Australian College of Health Informatics and the Australasian Institute of Digital Health.

Tobias Rijken, Co-Founder and CTO of Kheiron Medical Technologies

Dr Russell Canavan is Director of Digestive Health for Gold Coast Hospital and Honorary Professor for Aberystwyth University in life sciences.

Dr Elliot Smith, founder and CEO of Maxwell Plus, a company helping men access AI driven prostate cancer testing.

Peter Rady, co-founder of AI Advance, a Melbourne and Auckland based artificial intelligence consultancy and advisory service for medical imaging in public health, private practice, cancer and immigration screening services in Australia and New Zealand.

Moderator – Dr Stephanie Chaousis, Partnerships Manager at Datarwe and Medtech Program Manager for the Queensland AI Hub.