UF College of Medicine hosts second annual AI4Health conference

The conference April 22-24 explored AI topics relating to health, ethical, and legal fields

By: Manny Rea

Pre-conference workshop

A group of conference attendees stand on the stairs for a photo. Attendees participated in a pre-conference workshop April 21 at the UF Academic and Research Center at Lake Nona.
Azra Bihorac stands at a lectern to talk to a crowd. Azra Bihorac, M.D., M.S., the senior associate dean for research at the UF College of Medicine and director of the Intelligent Clinical Care Center, welcomes conference-goers April 22.

Day 1

Day 2

A researcher stands at a poster pointing to key elements while presenting research to an onlooker. Participants present research posters on April 23.

Day 3

Patrick Tighe stands at a lectern and addresses the audience. Patrick Tighe, M.D., M.S., the executive director of the Quality and Patient Safety initiative at UF, kicks off the last day of the conference April 24.