This event will be looking at how the relatively recent technology boom is affecting and changing the age old practice of medicine. This follows the the shift in healthcare to prioritising quality of life intended to support treatments, rather than treatments alone. We will be discussing how to begin to approach the biggest problems using AI technology tools. Looking into which challenges to target first, as well as the development of such projects. Further more, how will this fast paced field change in the coming years? Join us for an exciting event which looks into the changing landscape of healthcare.
Speaker: Cecily Morrison - Researcher at Microsoft
Cecily Morrison is a researcher in the Human Experience & Design (HXD) group at Microsoft Research Cambridge. Her research lies at the intersection of Human-Computer Interaction and Artificial Intelligence. Working in a cross-disciplinary collaboration, my current focus is on AI applications for those with visual disabilities. Ongoing projects include Torino (a physical programming language inclusive of children with visual disabilities) and Assess MS (a system to support the tracking of disease progression in patients with Multiple Sclerosis). Cecily holds a PhD in Computer Science from University of Cambridge and an undergraduate degree in Ethnomusicology from Barnard College, Columbia University.
Location: Mong Hall, Sidney Sussex College (Sidney Street) 7-9pm.