Conference Replays

Artificial Intelligence in CVD (AI21)


Description
This course contains the videos from the recorded presentations of the Artificial Intelligence in Cardiovascular Disease 2021 Conference. Since this is a replay, one can view the videos in any order they wish. No completion rule applies, regardless of the "All units must be completed" message at the bottom of the page
Happy viewing!
Content
  • Opening Session: Artificial Intelligence / Big Data - Background
  • Overview and Welcome
  • Welcome and introduction | T.F. Lüscher
  • Role of digital technologies in the Covid-19 crisis | P. Friedman
  • Biomarkers and machine learning in cardiology | A. Maisel
  • Panel Discussion | Opening Session
  • Session 1: Applying AI to the Specific Subspecialties in Cardiology
  • Multimarker approach to predict risk and outcome | L. Wallentin
  • Finding the patient with transthyretin cardiomyopathy | A. Wechalekar
  • Cardio-Oncology | A. Lyon / T. Ramalingam
  • Using machine learning to separate type one and two MI | A. Beshiri
  • Panel Discussion | Session 1
  • Session 2: Imaging, Genetics
  • Machine learning and imaging in cardiology | P. Leeson
  • AI and coronary CT angiography | C. Antoniades
  • AI for valve disease – who what when for TAVI, Mitral clip, etc. | J.J. Bax
  • AI in genetics | J. Erdmann
  • Panel discussion | Session 2
  • Session 3: Miscellaneous Issues
  • Big data in GUCH | M. Gatzoulis
  • AI in cardiac pathology | J.L. Robertus
  • AI to crack secondary prevention | F. Asselbergs
  • A shortness of breath algorithm in the ED | A. Maisel
  • Machine learning tool for risk prediction in acute coronary syndrome|F D'Ascenzo
  • Panel Discussion | Session 3
  • Session 4: The Future of Artificial Intelligence in Medicine
  • AI in health care: The future is now | M. Cowie
  • Cardiology training in the digital era: opportunities and risks | P. Kirchhof
  • Point-of-care high sensitivity troponin testing & the future of AI|P Lopez-Ayala
  • AI in medicine – where are we going? | R. Illing
  • Panel Discussion | Session 4
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed