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The Norwegian government's billion-kroner investment in artificial intelligence (AI) is much discussed, precisely because AI has great potential in many industries, including the health sector.
The technology, especially large language models, can contribute to solutions related to challenges that arise with an ageing population, increased incidence of chronic diseases and lack of resources in the health sector.
Large language models in the health sector provide opportunities for improvements, for example in medical image analysis, record systems and patient registers. It is only the beginning, and the first examples show a promising development.
We need the right technology, at the right time and in the right place, which is only possible with interdisciplinary collaboration. That is why Intelligent Health invites you to a breakfast seminar to gain new insights and discuss the topic across disciplines.
- 09:00 Breakfast
- 09:15 Welcome with Carl Christian Thodesen, Vice President for Social Impact and Innovation at OsloMet
09:30-10:05: Introduction to chatGPT in the healthsector
- Generative AI – a new paradigm for AI in health. What are possible use cases? with Ellen Strålberg, Senior project manager at Norwegian Board of Technology
- Hitchhiker's guide to large language models in healthcare - Where to start and what to visit? with Michael Riegler, Chief Research Scientist/Research Professor Simula Metropolitan and Professor at OsloMet
- GPT UiO; a national GPT service that follows GDPR by Dagfinn Bergsager, Assistant Director IT-Department University of Oslo
10:05-10:30: Examples from private sector
- RuterGPT with Umair Imam, Head of Data & A.I at Ruter and Assistant Professor at OsloMet.
- From hospitality to hospitals: how to resolve bottlenecks in information flow with Omar Richardson, Chief Technology Officer (CTO) at Simula Consulting
10:45-11:20: Examples from public sector
- AI breaking down the IT barriers. Digital transformation in partnership with the business with Maria Therese Sanna, Head of Strategy, architecture and system development at Oslo municipality
- Data driven healthcare research at Ahus with Arian Ranjbar, Postoctoral Researcher at Akershus Clinical Research Center.
- Data driven innovation in Ullensaker municipality with Gunnhild Grimstad-Kirkeby, Director for health and social care at Ullensaker municipality
11:20-12:00: Panel discussion
Panel discussion with moderator Carl Christian Thodesen, Vice President for Social Impact and Innovation at OsloMet.
In the panel:
- Trine B. Haugen, Professor at OsloMet
- Dagfinn Bergsager, Assistant Director IT-Department University of Oslo
- Michael Riegler, Chief Research Scientist/Research Professor Simula Metropolitan and Professor at OsloMet
- Umair Imam, Head of Data & A.I at Ruter and Assistant Professor at OsloMet
- Omar Richardson, Chief Technology Officer (CTO) at Simula Consulting
- Coffee break at 10:30
- The seminar is in English
This initiative will contribute to develop knowledge and technological solutions that foster improved health and counteract diseases.