Featured Rounds

Through the Radiation Medicine Program at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, we are offering UTDRO alumni online access to featured rounds. The Radiation Medicine Program Summer Series: How Artificial Intelligence/Robotics Are Transforming Our Lives Within And Beyond Medicine is running until late August. The sessions and dates are listed below. All sessions take place from 8:00 to 9:00 am. If you wish to attend a session, click on the featured rounds link and email tara.maher@utoronto.ca for the login details.

Date Description
July 19, 2018 How AI is Transforming the Banking and Financial Sector -  Dubie Cunningham
Dubie Cummingham is Vice President, Enterprise Innovation, Digital Banking, Scotiabank. She has over 20 years of experience in the financial services and technology sectors. Prior to joining Scotiabank, she has led the development of e-commerce platforms and financial services channels at AT&T, launching a Canada-wide platform to digitally transform branch services at Symcor, and managing Hewlett-Packard’s most strategic technology partnerships and leading core banking and lending transformation. Since 2011, she has held progressively senior roles in Information, Technology Solutions and Digital Banking. Most recently she has led the Innovation Team at The Digital Factory. 
Aug. 2, 2018 AI &  Dermatology (title tbc) – Alexander Wong
Alexander Wong, P.Eng., is the Canada Research Chair in Artificial Intelligence and Medical Imaging, co-director of the Vision and Image Processing Research Group, and an associate professor in the Department of Systems Design Engineering at the University of Waterloo. Co-founder of Elucid Labs, he uses artificial intelligence technology in a small non-invasive imaging device to analyze moles and other skin lesions for signs of skin cancer, helping dermatologists make faster, more accurate decisions and reducing the number of unnecessary biopsies. 
Aug. 9, 2018 Fairness in Machine Learning – David Madras
David Madras BSc, MSc is a PhD candidate and researcher in the Machine Learning Group at the University of Toronto and the Vector Institute, supervised by Richard Zemel. His research focuses on fairness and ethics in machine learning and algorithmic decision-making systems, and on developing tools such as deep learning and causal inference for usage in those systems.
Aug. 23, 2018 Affective Artificial Intelligence and Its Potential Applications in Health Care – Kang Lee
Kang Lee BSc, M Ed, PhD is University Distinguished Professor, Dr. Eric Jackman Institute of Child Study, University of Toronto. He has invented a new technology that uses artificial intelligence to measure vital signs and emotions by analyzing videos of a person’s face. Lee co-founded NuraLogix to commercialize his research breakthrough. Their first product will allow doctors to use regular webcams to monitor the heart rate, blood pressure, stress and pain of their patients remotely, helping to reduce costly and unnecessary visits to the emergency room. We will soon be able to measure our loved ones’ vital signs with just a video app, whether they are in the room or on the other side of the world. He also envisions his technology as “an emotion engine,” empowering smartphones, cars, laptops and even social robots to help calm people in stressful situations and to better attune machines to our needs.

 

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