June 10th, 2022 (09:00-13:00)   |   Printable version

09:00-09:05 Introduction: Education and AI
Ingeborg Nilsson, AI Council, Faculty of Medicine: MAI

Chair: Ingeborg Nilsson
09:05-09:15 AI as a transdisciplinary field
Frank Dignum, AI-Center: TAIGA, Umeå University
09:15-09:30 AI in Medicine, Health, and Education programs
Helena Lindgren, AI Council, Umeå University
09:30-11:00 Pitches of AI Education (10 min/per pitch)
Current courses and Future implementation of AI in courses: health-care and precision medicine
Chair: Anders Garpebring
09:30-09:40 Teaching machine learning: Challenges and opportunities
Tommy Löfstedt, Faculty of Science and Technology
09:40-09:50 Using AI-based technology for mediating presence to increase the sense of “being there” in a hybrid learning environment?
Eva Mårell Ohlsson, Faculty of Social Science
09:50-10:00 AI for Medical industry
Juan Carlos Nieves, Faculty of Science and Technology
10:00-10:15 Coffee break
  Pitches of AI Education (10 min/per pitch)
Chair: Karin Nylander & Johan Normark
10:15-10:25 AI-education subjects: AI-applications in neurosciences and brain diseases
Paolo Medini, Faculty of Medicine
10:25-10:35 Use of virtual reality in trauma care simulation
Markku Haapamäki, Faculty of Medicine
10:35-10:45 Ethical, legal, social, economic and cultural aspects on AI
Andreas Theodorou, Faculty of Science and Technology
10:45-10:55 Interactivity in smart environments
Madeleine Blusi, Faculty of Science and Technology, Faculty of Medicine
10:55-11:05 AI in data-driven cell biology. What do we need?
Johan Henriksson, Faculty of Medicine
11:05-11:20 SCDI AI Business Lab: the resource for research, education, and transdisciplinary collaboration
Leif Sundberg and Angelos Kosis, Faculty of Social Sciences
11.20-13:30 Lunch and Round-Table Group Discussions (participants and speakers)
Topics: What types of AI courses do we need in our teaching programs? How should we plan for course development etc?
Chairs: Madeleine Blusi, Nina Sundström, Ingeborg Nilsson, Anders Garpebring, Karin Nyklander, Paolo Medini and Johan Normark
13:30-13:40 Conclusion Remarks:
Anders Garpebring, Vice Chair AI Council at the Faculty of Medicine