From July 22-23, the Lane Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering as part of the NSF Track-2 project on "Multi-Scale Integrative Approach to Digital Health: Collaborative Research and Education in Smart Health in West Virginia and Arkansas" will hold a virtual two-day workshop on AI and Data Science in Smart Health.
Workshop participants will have the opportunity to interact with leading and rising experts in artificial intelligence and digital health, and are expected to learn more about the key challenges in smart health, how techniques from data science and machine learning are being used to address these problems, and the future directions in this area.
To register and for more information visit https://community.wvu.edu/~daadjeroh/projects/cresh/activity/workshop2021/.
The workshop is free with no registration fee. Limited spots are available.