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Events List

  1. Deep Learning for Computer Vision and Medical Image Analysis

    Hosted by NIH.AI and NVIDIA, this highly interactive, three-hour workshop will offer opportunities to share the latest updates in applying machine learning in medical image analysis and ongoing activities across the National Institutes of Health (NIH). NVIDIA specialists will deliver targeted presentations and NIH and Fellows will deliver lighting talks about their work. It will offer plenty of time for open discussion among peers and across disciplines.

  2. Seminar Series: Introduction to Artificial Intelligence in Biological Data

    Are you interested in learning how to use artificial intelligence for analysis of biological data? Experts from NCI, Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, and NVIDIA will provide real-world examples on using AI for 1) drug development, 2) image analysis, 3) molecular data, and 4) multimodal data. The one-hour seminars will be offered monthly from May 25, 2021 through September 23, 2021 and are hosted jointly by the NCI Bioinformatics...

  3. NIH.AI Jan. 30 and 31 Imaging Workshops

    Thurs., Jan. 30, 2020, 1:00-4:00 p.m. Location: NIH Campus, Building 35, Room GG607 and Webex Topic: Fluorescence Image Restoration and Denoising, A Biologist's View Agenda: 1:00-1:10 p.m.: Introductions 1:10-1:50 p.m. Matt Guay, Postdoctoral Fellow, NIH, National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB) Laboratory of Cellular Imaging and Macromolecular Biophysics, will present "An Introduction to Content-Aware Computation for Optical Microscopy." 1:50-2:30...

  4. Two existential threats to biomedical natural language processing...and how to face them with biomedical natural language processing - presented by Dr. Kevin Bretonnel Cohen

    Abstract: The reproducibility crisis calls into question some of the most fundamental use cases of biomedical natural language processing: if 65% of the scientific literature is questionable, what is the point of mining it? Meanwhile, computational research has mostly been immune to the crisis, but there is no a priori reason to expect that state of affairs to continue. This talk proposes that natural language processing itself can address this issue on both fronts--but how? About:...

  5. NIH.AI Workshop on Applications of Machine Learning for Next Generation Sequencing & Drug Data


    NIH WORKSHOP ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE HEALTHCARE- FROM PREVENTION & DIAGNOSTICS TO TREATMENTS Supported by NIH Artificial Intelligence Interest Group (AIIG), Office of Intramural Research and NIH AI Working Group for Autonomous Therapeutics (AIAT) REGISTRATION REQUIRED: VIDEOCAST AVAILABLE: 26 Speakers from Government, Academia, and Private Sector

  7. NIH.AI Workshop on Hyperparameter Optimization

    Hosted by NIH.AI, this highly interactive workshop will bring together members of the Intramural Research Program who use or wish to use computational tools for HPO, in order to share methods and resources for getting started. The workshop will include targeted presentations and will offer plenty of time for open discussion among peers with hands-on demonstrations across disciplines

  8. NIH.AI workshop on Natural Language Processing

  9. Test Event

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