KKU to move forward and exchange visions on AI in Healthcare

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On March 9, 2021 at 11:00 a.m. at Bayasita Hotel. Khon Kaen University Foreign Affairs Division Organized an activity to strengthen the network of AI in Healthcare under the theme of “AI Khon Kaen, follow your dreams” to exchange ideas and experiences in operating AI in Healthcare among project participants, to promote human potential for artificial intelligence excellence (AI) by studying an online course Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Healthcare organized by the MIT Critical Data Team. Following the exchange of knowledge on this occasion, the participants presented management ideas about how to further implement AI operations for Khon Kaen University, namely the management and shared use of centralised information systems, having consulting agencies, continue to develop human resources in AI, as well as promote the integration across sciences. Develop AI courses to gain recognition both nationally and internationally etc.

 

 

In addition, this activity was honored by Assoc. Prof. Charnchai Panthongviriyakul, President of Khon Kaen University, who presided as chairman to congratulate the project participants, along with expressing the visions of Khon Kaen University on AI in Healthcare. The president said: “Khon Kaen University aims to provide courses in AI in Healthcare with the objective to produce graduates and qualified staff in AI in Healthcare in Thailand, including providing services and innovations. Innovation has pushed Thailand to be reputable on AI in Healthcare at international level.

 

 

 

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