April 2022: "DMCI After Dark": The Impact of AI in Real World Healthcare
DMCI After Dark event took place on April 5 2022 at 6PM, at the 61st floor of Azrieli Sarona Tower, TLV.
In June 2021 the Digital Medicine Conference Israel (DMCI), a joint initiative of Anthem Israel and the Edmond J. Safra Center for Bioinformatics, was held in Tel Aviv, and was a great success. A follow-up event titled DMCI After Dark took place on April 5 2022 at 6PM, at the 61st floor of Azrieli Sarona Tower, TLV.
This line of events aims to maintain the momentum of community building. Towards that goal, we established the Digital Medicine Community in Israel, bringing together scientists' physicians and developers with a common vision of creating a community that works towards advancing data science in the medical world.
The event's scientific program was organized by Prof. Ron Shamir, Head of the Edmond J. Safra Center, Dr. Dvir Aran of the Technion, Prof. Ron Unger of Bar-Ilan University, Prof. Michal Linial of the Hebrew University and Dr. Yona Vaisbuch of Rambam Medical Center. The technical organization and hosting was conducted by Anthem Israel. Some 100 participants from academia, industry and hospitals participated in the event.
The event's program, titled "The Impact of AI in Real World Healthcare” and led by Dr. Vaisbuch, included speakers Prof. Irit Gat-Viks, Edmond J. Safra member (Life Sciences), Dr. Noa Dagan of Clalit Research Institute and Ben Gurion University, and Dr. David Golan, former Edmond J. Safra PhD student fellow, now co-founder and CTO of Viz.ai. A lively panel discussion moderated by Dr. Vaisbuch with the speakers focused on the challenges and opportunities in the field.
The breaks between talks allowed networking while enjoying good food, fine wine, and the amazing views of Tel Aviv beach from the 61st floor. Pictures from the event will be available soon.
We envision another DMCI event in a couple of months.