Prof Björn Schuller, Professor of AI, Imperial College London
Tomorrow’s mobile intelligent health companions could join us wherever we are. They hold the promise of earlier diagnosis or even prevention of many diseases and disorders or help during interventions and therapy. They could also be a valuable assistant for clinicians and therapists in collecting patient data and intelligently preparing it for optimal human assessment. Operating at scale, such companions could also give insight in so far unknown dimension into the development and spread of diseases, or efficiency of therapies. We shall have a sneak-preview into this brave new health world featuring in main roles neurodevelopmental, neurodegenerative, and psychological disorders. Be thrilled about the opportunities!
Experts talk about current developments in science, technology, medicine and the social sciences. Questions and discussion are encouraged. The meetings are open to anyone with a general interest in the topics, whether or not members of HLSI. Thursdays from 8 to 9.30 pm (doors open at 7.30 pm). The hall is fitted with a RNID induction loop. There is no charge for admittance.