AI for Life podcast #4: how can AI benefit Parkinson patients?
AI and sensor data can play an important role in diagnosis and treatment of Parkinson’s disease. In this fourth episode of the podcastseries ‘AI for Life’ we will further elaborate on this subject. We look at the benefits and the questions that the use of AI brings to patients, practitioners and scientists.
Tom Heskes, professor of AI (RU), Bas Bloem, professor of neurology and movement disorders (Radboudumc), and Luc Evers, PhD student at the Donders Institute, discuss a number of these questions, such as: how can AI help a patient with Parkinson’s disease? And are current sensor data reliable enough to make diagnoses and predictions? The podcast-guests also discuss how AI can be used to distinguish signals from noise.
Radboud University, Radboudumc and Donders Institute are conducting extensive research into these topics, in collaboration with companies such as Verily Life Sciences. Taking part in this podcast:
Tom Heskes, professor of AI at Radboud University.
Bas Bloem, professor of neurology and movement disorders at Radboudumc.