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Vector-SickKids Health AI Deployment Symposium

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Peter Gilgan Centre for Research and Learning

686 Bay Street

(Northwest corner of Bay and Elm)

Toronto, ON M5G 0A4

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The Vector-SickKids Health AI Deployment Symposium on October 30, 2019 will showcase real-world examples of moving artificial intelligence from the research lab to the clinic. Learning from our American colleagues, the focus this year will be on the “do’s and don’ts” of deploying machine learning into healthcare. Speakers from the University of Michigan, Kaiser Permanente, and Duke University will share their success stories, challenges faced, and lessons learned with the audience.

As with other symposia and conferences, we hope to encourage discussion and interaction between machine learning researchers, clinicians and policy and decision makers in the health sector that are interested in adopting AI into the Canadian healthcare system.


Agenda as of October 11, 2019:


8:30 AM - Breakfast and Registration

9:30 AM - Welcome and Introduction

Garth Gibson, President and CEO, Vector Institute
Ronald Cohn, President and CEO, The Hospital for Sick Children
Anna Goldenberg, Associate Research Director, Health, Vector Institute and Senior Scientist, SickKids Research Institute

9:50 AM - Accurately Predicting Healthcare-Associated Infections at Scale

Dr. Jenna Wiens, University of Michigan

10:25 AM - Identifying Health-system Level Opportunities for Predictive Model Deployment

Dr. Vincent Liu, Kaiser Permanente

11:00 AM - Coffee Break

11:30 AM - Integrating Deep Learning into Routine Clinical Care to Rapidly Detect and Treat Sepsis

Dr. Mark Sendak, Duke University

12:05 PM - Lunch & Networking

1:05 PM - The Right Solution to the Wrong Problem? Lessons from Deploying an ML-based Early Warning System

Dr. Corey Chivers, University of Pennsylvania

1:40 PM - Coffee Break

2:10 PM - TBC

2:45 PM - Coffee Break

3:15 PM - Rapid Fire Pathfinder Project Presentations

Early Warning System for General Internal Medicine (St. Michael’s Hospital)
Medly (University Health Network)
Coral Review Project (University of Waterloo, University Health Network)
Tick Identification to Combat Lyme Disease (Public Health Ontario)
Artemis Project (University of Ontario Institute of Technology)

4:15 PM - Closing Remarks

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Peter Gilgan Centre for Research and Learning

686 Bay Street

(Northwest corner of Bay and Elm)

Toronto, ON M5G 0A4

Canada

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