Seminar

AI Health days –seminar

Time:

15.1.2019 — 16.1.2019


Location: Mattilanniemi, Agora, Lea Pulkkisen sali (4. kerros, B-siipi)
Welcome to a seminar on Artificial Intelligence and Healthcare on the 15th – 16th of January 2019. The seminar is held at the University of Jyväskylä’s Agora-building (Mattilanniemi 2, Jyväskylä), room: Lea Pulkkisen sali (4th floor, B-wing).

Tuesday’s seminar is held in Finnish and Wednesday’s seminar in English. This seminar is free but does require enrollment through the following links (separate enrollment required for the two seminar days):

Changes and additions to the program may still occur prior to the seminar. The seminar will be recorded in JYU Moniviestin.

Tuesday 15.1. AI Health days -seminar
(in Finnish)

Ohjelma

  • 14.00  Pirjo Mustonen: Tekoäly lääkärin näkökulmasta
  • 14.30  Pekka Neittaanmäki: Terveydenhuollon tekoälyhankkeen kuvaus, tulevaisuusnäkymä
  • 14.50  Toni Ruohonen: Sosiaali- ja terveyskulujen ennustaminen
  • 15.05  Karoliina Kaasalainen: Interventioiden vaikuttavuus kansanterveyteen
  • 15.20  Sami Äyrämö: Analysointi- ja ennustemenetelmät terveydenhuollossa
  • 15.35  Riku Nyrhinen: Tekstianalytiikka terveydenhuollossa
  • 15.50–15.55  Loppusanat
  • 16.00–17.30  Cocktailtilaisuus

Wednesday 16.1. AI Health days -seminar 
(In English)

Program

  • 8:00  Registration
  • 9:00  Opening
  • 9:10  Clifford Dacso, Philip J. Carroll, Jr. Professor of Translational Molecular and Cellular Biology and Professor of Medicine (Baylor College of Medicine), Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering (Rice University): Periodicity in Gene and Cell Function: Implications for Human Biology
  • 10:00  Coffee
  • 10:30  Juha Pajula, PhD (VTT Technical Research): Decision Support for Neurodegenerative Diseases
  • 11:00  Ilkka Pölönen, PhD (University of Jyväskylä): Utilisation of Deep Neural Networks in Physical Parameter Retrieval and Melanoma Detection
  • 11:30  Lunch break
  • 12:30  Ya'ara Goldschmidt, PhD, Manager & STSM, Machine Learning for Healthcare and Life Sciences (IBM Research – Haifa): AI for Healthcare - a Promise for Improved Diagnosis: Breast Cancer as a Case Study
  • 13:00 Karoliina Kaasalainen, PhD (University of Jyväskylä): Digital Interventions in Prevention of Non-communicable Diseases
  • 13:30  Arto Mannermaa, Professor of Personalized Medicine and Biobanking (University of Eastern Finland): Implementing AI in Kuopio Data Lake
  • 14:00  Break
  • 14:15  Sami Äyrämö, PhD (University of Jyväskylä): AI in Health & Medicine
  • 14:45  Jussi Tohka, Associate Professor of Biomedical image and signal analysis (University of Eastern Finland): Machine Learning for Predictive Brain Imaging - Towards Better Imaging Markers for Neurodegenerative and Neurodevelopmental Brain Disorders
  • 15:15–15:45 Concluding words, discussion