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AI and Tech summit 2022 from Politico Live: participate to the roundtable with CEA’s expert

​The CEA is a partner for the European event organised by the media Politico AI and Tech summit, which will take place in Brussels and online on 21 April 2022. As a key player in the development of the most advanced artificial intelligence (AI) technologies, the CEA implements AI in a wide variety of fields, including health.

Published on 13 April 2022

​AI and Tech summit 2022’s goal

Brussels took the first steps in 2021 to regulate the continent’s most innovative artificial intelligence technologies with an ambitious legislative package. One year on, and with the legislative train well en route, where do global policymakers, tech leaders and civil society representatives stand in the discussion? This comes as debates continue around key legislative files such as the Data Act and the Digital Services Act (DSA), data protection, as well as international cooperation in AI development and how to best harness the potential of AI in areas as diverse as cyber security, health care and gaming.

These themes and more will be dissected during Politico flagship AI & Tech Summit, taking place in Brussels and online on April 21, 2022.

Roundtable about AI and healthcare - Thursday, April 21, 2022
12:50 PM to 1:50 PM

  • What role did AI have in fighting the COVID-19 crisis, and how has it set a precedent for tackling future health challenges?
  • What potential does Europe's expanding data environment hold in tackling longstanding challenges such as cancer, and the world's major health challenges equitably? 
  • What are the signs that AI has enabled better and more efficient access for patients?
  • Are Europe's research hubs being funnelled enough resources to develop ground-breaking treatments stemming from AI?

With :

  • Edouard Duchesnay, research director in data science CEA
  • Saila Rinne, head of sector, eHealth, Well-Being and Ageing, DG CONNECT, European Commission
  • Rachel Dunscombe, visiting professor and director, Digital Health Leadership Programme Imperial College London
  • Christian Lovis, professor and chairman, division of medical information sciences University Hospitals of Geneva

Moderator: Carlo Martuscelli, health care reporter Politico

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