Artificial Intelligence (AI) is heralded as a disruptive technology that will revolutionise many industries including health and social care. But as AI systems get better at sorting data and making predictions, the role of this technology alongside existing healthcare professionals is unclear. This event will feature academics, doctors and entrepreneurs at the forefront of AI and healthcare, and will include a debate on whether AI is poised to deliver the improved patient experiences and outcomes that many are suggesting. Delegates will have the opportunity to hear from AI thought leaders such as Dr Matt Fenech, AI consultant at the Future Advocacy think-tank on the ethical regulatory perspectives on AI in healthcare, and Dr Hugh Harvey, radiologist and Medical Director of Kheiron Medical Technologies, who will discuss how deep learning could transform NHS breast screening. This event is for anyone who is keen to understand the myriad of ways AI is being applied in healthcare, whilst understanding the ethical implications of integrating deep learning algorithms and neutral networks into our healthcare systems. topics include: A comprehensive overview of the ethical and regulatory implications of AI and healthcare Showcase exciting cases of AI in healthcare including diagnosis, screening and drug development Explore whether AI in healthcare can really deliver improved patient outcomes and better patient experiences key speakers:Jean Nehme, CEO, Touch Surgery Professor Geraint Rees, Dean, UCL Life Sciences & Alan Turing AI partnership Alan Karthikesalingham, Clinical Research Lead, DeepMind Dr Hugh Harvey, Medical Director, Kheiron Medical Technologies Dr Matt Fenech, AI Consultant, Future Advocacy Eleonora Harwich, Director of Research & Head of Digital and Tech Innovation, ReformDr Ian Churcher, SVP of Drug Discovery, Benevolent AIDr Shubs Upadhyay & Dr Adel Bhaluch, Clinical Leads, Ada HealthDr Keith Grimes, Clinical Innovation Director, Babylon HealthProfessor Martin Marshall, Professor of Healthcare Improvement, UCL department of primary care and population health Speaker TBC, Cleveland Clinic London This is a jam-packed event with exciting, innovative speakers and not to be missed by any technology enthusiast, medical or otherwise!ratesEarly bird rates expire on Tuesday 29 January 2019!RSM member: £24 – £84Non member: £40 – £140