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Debut Conference in Israel: “AI in Medicine” Set for 2024

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Mar 25, 2024

One of the panels at the conference will feature the CEO and co-founder of Check Point Gil Shvid, President and CEO of Mobileye Prof. Tilapia Amusement, Vice President and Head of Innovation in Health Services Prof. Klalit Ran Blitzer, and Prof. Yunina Elder from the Department of Computer Science and Applied Mathematics at the Weizmann Institute. This panel will discuss the future beyond the horizon and explore what we can expect to achieve by 2025.

The highlight of the conference will be a session focused on redefining health services with the help of artificial intelligence. During this session, there will be a live demonstration showcasing how artificial intelligence is being used in the field of medicine. The session will be led by Dr. Gadi Neuman, the vice president of the organization, who was recently appointed chairman of the research and development committee.

Yossi Arablich, the son-in-law of the president and chairman, emphasized the significance of having top AI developers and entrepreneurs from Israel and abroad come together on one stage with senior medical officials. He highlighted that the organization has been operating non-profit since 2017, with a focus on providing professional medical advice and guidance when needed.

The organization also operates a unique project called “Doctors in the Reserves,” which consists of world-renowned experts, senior doctors, and department managers from hospitals in Israel and abroad. These doctors specialize in specific fields and provide diagnosis and consultation in complex cases free of charge. Many of these doctors are expected to participate in the conference.

In addition to discussing advancements in artificial intelligence and healthcare, the conference will also provide a platform for doctors involved in the organization to share their experiences and contributions to society. This includes their efforts during the Iron Swords War for IDF soldiers and war wounded, showcasing the impact they have made in Israel and beyond.

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