Computer science applications of artificial intelligence for oncology and precision medicine will be discussed at an upcoming Brock lecture by an international expert in integrative pattern recognition.
Youlian Pan, Senior Research Officer with National Research Council Canada and Adjunct Professor at the University of Victoria, will discuss how the exponential growth of big data analytics and artificial intelligence in oncology and precision medicine over the past decade has led to a need for new tools capable of handling more complex analysis. He will also address the challenges involved in developing and implementing artificial intelligence in clinical practices.
Pan will be speaking from 11 a.m. to noon on Wednesday, Oct. 25 in Rankin Family Pavilion 215. The lecture is part of Brock’s Faculty of Mathematics and Science (FMS) Data Science and Artificial Intelligence Seminar Series.
To learn more, visit the FMS Data Science and Artificial Intelligence Seminar Series website.
The lecture is open to Brock students, faculty and staff as well as the Niagara community. Registration through ExperienceBU is encouraged but not required.