On 11 January 2024, an extraordinary event of over 30 distinguished experts from the Vrije Universiteit Brussel and the Technische Universität Dresden took place at the TU Dresden. The event provided a platform for in-depth discussions on innovative applications of artificial intelligence in the field of medicine.

Among the distinguished speakers were Prof. Stefanie Speidel and Prof. Martin Wagner, who provided an insight into CeTI’s cutting-edge research and developments in the medical area.

In the medical context, two approaches are being pursued at CeTI: The first one is to use sensor-based capture of clinical expertise to store surgical skills and pass them on in medical education using new training technologies. The second is the development of medical assistance systems to enhance clinical performance and thus improve the quality of patient care. 👉 https://ceti.one/u1-medicine/

In addition to the in-depth talks, the event was a fertile ground for innovative ideas and collaborative initiatives. The exchange of thoughts and expertise between the participating experts paved the way for the start of a more intensive collaboration between the Vrije Universiteit Brussel and the Technische Universität Dresden. This marks a fundamental step forward in harnessing collective intelligence to drive progress in the application of AI in medicine.

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