AI / Data-driven life science
May 16 @ 09:15 – 16:30 CEST
Life science research is becoming increasingly dependent on data, and never before has so much data been generated today. The amount and complexity increase exponentially, and when this data becomes open to researchers around the world, more scientific discoveries are made possible. The rapid technological development in life sciences, combined with innovations in computing and AI, will play an increasingly important role in research and development and affect virtually all areas of medicine and science.
During this day, you will meet prominent international and local researchers, take part in current research, and discuss open data, AI, ethics, and visualization related to life science.
Contacts: Carolina Wählby and Bent Persson.
Venue: Ångströmslaboratoriet, Lägerhyddsvägen 1, Uppsala
Registration opens at the end of March.
Program and registration will be published here!
The event is part of Uppsala University’s multidisciplinary theme week in technology and science from May 16 to 20, at the Ångström Laboratory. During the week, you will be able to take part in current research in AI / Data-driven life science, the universe and mathematical physics, materials, energy, and climate change.