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Charting AI’s Future in Health and Medicine

RAISE Health Symposium 2024

Date: May 14, 2024

Time: 8:30am - 1:00pm PT

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RAISE Health’s inaugural symposium will host an essential discussion about the role of artificial intelligence in our health. Convening luminaries from technology, medicine, and policy, this symposium will explore AI's potential to transform medicine and spotlight critical challenges to ensuring that AI is developed safely, responsibly, and for the benefit of society. From accelerating research and personalizing care to democratizing access to medical expertise, AI’s possibilities are undeniable. So, too, are the challenges ahead. Join us to hear from world-class experts as we navigate these subjects and forge a path forward.

Why Attend?

Hear from World-Class Experts: You will meet and learn from leaders shaping the AI era of biomedicine. 

Unparalleled Insights: Join a landmark discussion at Stanford—where AI’s roots trace back decades. Participate in collaborative discussions with Stanford faculty and peers to gain insights about AI’s next chapter and strategies for navigating the responsible advancement of AI in biomedicine.

Continued Learning Opportunities: Connect with peers, innovators, and policymakers who are passionate about the intersection of AI and biomedicine. Join us for the RAISE Health Symposium on May 14 and the Stanford Center for Artificial Intelligence in Medicine and Imaging (AIMI) Symposium on May 15.

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