RSNA to Host a Webinar on COVID-19 and AI

Discussion will focus on the impact of AI during the COVID-19 pandemic

RSNA will host a free webinar on the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Entitled, “Artificial Intelligence: Reflections During COVID-19 and Looking Ahead,” the webinar will be held on Thursday, Oct. 29 at 11 a.m. (CT). The webinar is sponsored by Zebra Medical Vision.

The webinar will focus on the ways the medical community is continually expanding the use of AI as an improvement to efficiency and patient care. A panel of experts will consider the impact of AI during the COVID-19 pandemic and discuss current challenges and opportunities for the future.

COVID and AI webinar feature

The webinar will be moderated by Matthew Lungren, MD, MPH, RSNA COVID-19 AI Task Force chair, assistant professor of radiology at Stanford University and associate director of the Stanford Center for Artificial Intelligence in Medicine and Imaging.

Also participating in the webinar will be Felipe Campos Kitamura, MD, MSc, neuroradiologist, UNIFESP, Head of AI, DASA; Judy Gichoya, MD, MS, assistant professor, interventional radiology & informatics, Emory University, Atlanta; Carol C. Wu, MD, professor of diagnostic imaging, MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston; Orit Wimpfheimer, MD, clinical director, Zebra Medical Vision; and Sreenivasa R. Kalidindi, MBBS, FRCR, Apollo Radiology International.

Registration is required for this free webinar.

For More Information

Read RSNA News stories on AI during COVID-19:

My Turn: Will Artificial Intelligence Play a Role in Imaging of COVID-19?

Radiologists Develop AI Tool to Identify Risk of COVID Complications

Research Shows AI Plays an Important Role in the COVID-19 Pandemic