Artificial intelligence (AI) is rapidly reshaping cancer research — its use is exploding in biomedical research and health care, including across all dimensions of cancer research, where the potential applications for AI are vast. The first annual AI Day for Cancer Research will highlight current AI- powered cancer research and provide practical information for researchers interesting in utilizing this fast-developing technology. Additionally, the event promotes matchmaking, information sharing and cross-border synergistic collaboration.
This free mini-symposium is a hybrid event open to UF researchers, faculty, students and trainees. It is hosted by the UF Health Cancer Center Division of Quantitative Sciences, the new Cancer AI Working Group and the UF Informatics Institute collaborative. Lunch and refreshments will be provided for in-person attendees.
Download the event flyer here.
Tuesday, Sept. 21 | 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. | Hosted Virtually and In-Person
In-person attendance at the UF/IFAS Extension Straughn Professional Development Center (Room A and B) is limited, and is “first come, first served.” Virtual attendance is unlimited and will take place via Zoom: Link.
If you have any questions, please contact Colette Cimino.
See the agenda and featured speakers at AI Day for Cancer Research.
Register to attend in person of virtually. In-person attendance is limited.
Submit an abstract by Sept. 10.