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Events: AI in Cancer Research

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Discover upcoming and past seminars and workshops organized by NCI on AI in cancer research.

Upcoming Events

AACR 2024 NCI Artificial Intelligence (AI) Programs and Resources for Advancing Cancer Research

Wednesday, April 10, 2024, 10:15 a.m. PT | View the session abstract
In this session, attendees will learn about NCI funding opportunities, resources, and community activities that support the appropriate development and application of AI in cancer research. Please note that only registered attendees of the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) 2024 Annual Meeting will be able to attend the session in-person or tune in virtually.

Cancer AI Conversations: Machine Learning in Cancer Care Delivery: Implementation and Sustainability

Tuesday, May 28, 2024, 11:00 a.m. ET | Register here

Past Events

Cancer AI Conversations: Machine Learning in Cancer Care Delivery - Moving from Model Validation to Clinical Workflow

Tuesday, March 26, 2024
The panel discussed the challenges faced when moving from the creation and validation of machine learning tools into patient care.

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Cancer AI Conversations: Understanding the role of prompt engineering in generative AI

Tuesday, January 23, 2024
In the first session of the Cancer AI Conversations series, the panel discussed the emerging field of prompt engineering—the process of designing inputs for generative AI tools that will produce optimal outputs.

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Equitable and Engaged AI to Advance Biomedical Research

July 25–28, 2023
Hosted in coordination with the US-EU AI Administrative Agreement, this series of three meetings explored various AI topics relevant to cancer research.

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Virtual Workshop on Medical Image De-Identification (MIDI)

May 22–23, 2023
NCI staff shared the best practices/recommendations for conducting sensitive data removal, known as “de-identification,” as identified by the MIDI Task Group (convened by NCI).

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Cancer Artificial Intelligence (AI) Research: Computational Approaches Addressing Imperfect Data

April 3–4, 2023 
NCI hosted a virtual workshop focused on methods to address data limitations for applying AI approaches in cancer research.

Access the event agendaApril 3 recording, and April 4 recording.

Envisioning a Cancer AI Accelerator

January 10, 17, and 26, 2023 
NCI invited thought leaders in cancer-focused AI research to participate in a series of three virtual working meetings to envision the core structure, scope, and priorities for a Cancer AI Accelerator. 

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Machine Learning and Health Outcomes in Cancer Care Delivery Research

May 16–17, 2022 
NCI conducted a virtual workshop focused on research in machine learning, cancer care delivery, and health outcomes.

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Collaboratively Envisioning AI and Ethics in Biomedical Research

March 14–18, 2022 
The NIH Office of Data Science Strategy (ODSS) sought to build a multi-disciplinary community of stakeholders interested in the social implications of technology to collaboratively envision the integration of AI and ethics in biomedicine to advance the NIH mission.

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