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Don't miss the 6th MIM Symposium on January 11, 2024, featuring Prof. Petra Ritter's insights on AI in medical technology. This German-language event, hosted at the Forum Digital Technologies in Berlin, will delve into AI's impact on minimally invasive surgery. Register for free to explore the latest trends and challenges in the field.
Berlin, Germany, is set to host a crucial event in the realm of medical technology – the 6th MIM Symposium: Trends in Minimally Invasive Medicine. Scheduled for January 11, 2024, from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. CET, this symposium, conducted entirely in German, will take place at the Forum Digital Technologies. It presents a unique platform for German-speaking professionals and enthusiasts in the field to engage with the latest advancements in medical technology.
In a collaborative effort with partners Novanta, TU Berlin, and VDE DGBMT, the Cluster Health Industry Berlin-Brandenburg proudly presents this specialist event. The focus for this year is a pivotal topic: "artificial intelligence in medical technology", reflecting the cutting-edge trends and foreseeable future of minimally invasive procedures.
Highlighting Prof. Petra Ritter's Contribution
A key highlight of the symposium is the contribution of Prof. Petra Ritter. She is set to deliver a presentation titled "TEF-Health – Validation of AI Medical Devices" at 10:10 CET. Prof. Ritter's session is particularly notable for its focus on the critical aspects of validating AI in medical devices, a subject that is at the heart of integrating AI into medical practice.
For more information about the TEF Health project, visit their official website.
A Comprehensive Look at AI in Surgery
Participants at the symposium will have the opportunity to delve deep into various facets of AI in minimally invasive surgery. The discussions, all in German, will cover a spectrum of topics, including the potential opportunities and challenges of AI, issues surrounding approval and validation, and real-life applications of AI in surgery. These insightful sessions promise to offer both theoretical knowledge and practical insights.
Join the Symposium
The symposium is FREE to attend, but registration is required. This is an exclusive opportunity for German-speaking individuals to engage with experts in the field and gain first-hand knowledge about the integration of AI in medical technology.
Ensure your participation by registering here: 6th MIM Symposium Registration.