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Podcast AI for Life #3: AI and genetics

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Through a growing amount of research on DNA we increasingly learn about genetic causes of congenital anomalies and the risk of diseases. By better detecting relevant signals from a large amount of data, Artificial Intelligence can contribute in innovative ways. For example, AI can perform advanced facial recognition to support the healthcare professional in recognizing rare anomalies in order to diagnose genetic abnormalities. The question is: how far do we want to take it?


Experts from Radboudumc are speaking: Bert de Vries (clinical geneticist Radboudumc), Christian Gillisen (clinical geneticist Radboudumc), Helger Yntema (Head of Genome laboratory Radboudumc) en Max Hinne (AI researcher Donders Institute)

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