Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a powerful force, reshaping our lives, environment, and interactions. It is also making huge inroads to life sciences – e.g. discovering new drugs, drug targets and cell types, performing diagnostics and customizing health procedures as in precision medicine. What other opportunities does AI present? And at what risk?
At this year’s Science Summit, the concept of AI in life sciences will be explored. Keynote speakers Hiroaki Kitano, Ross D. King, Fabian Theis and Eran Segal will share their thoughts on creating the engine of scientific discovery, robot scientists, modeling in single-cell genomics and data based personalized medicine and there will be ample time for discussions and mingle. A look into the future developments of AI in life science – sign up today!