Published on 30/11/2022
More than 60 healthcare practitioners and researchers from the field of oncology and Artificial Intelligence joined the INCISIVE clustering event ‘Health data sharing and AI in cancer imaging – empowering AI-driven solutions for cancer diagnosis, treatment and follow-up’, co-organised by Visaris and the University of Novi Sad, on November 17th and 18th in Belgrade, Serbia.
The participants had the chance to discuss about the need of AI for cancer diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up and to deepen their knowledge about different aspects that are being considered within the INCISIVE project, such as the process of data sharing and its benefits, the legal framework and challenges involved, medical image (dicom) de-identification tools, and image annotation tools and guidelines, among others.
Vladan Zdravković, project manager at Visaris, explains that “the meeting was a great opportunity to raise awareness in the region about the solutions that the project will offer and to receive feedback from professionals at the different INCISIVE workshops. Probably the biggest benefit was the dialog between medical practitioners and AI professionals”.
The event also included sessions about other European-related initiatives clustered under the umbrella of the Artificial Intelligence for Health Imaging projects (AI4HI), the European Federation for Cancer Images project (EUICAM), and a real-life AI Deployment case presented by Quibim.