ICAI: The Labs – AI for Radiation Treatment in the NL
In April, ICAI: The Labs is focused on AI for Radiation Treatment in the Netherlands. The POP-AART lab and the Brightlands Smart Health lab each present their work and discuss challenges and developments made in this field.
Partnership for Online Personalized AI-driven Adaptive Radiation Therapy (POP-AART) is a public-private collaboration between The Netherlands Cancer Institute, the University of Amsterdam and Elekta. The lab focuses on the use of artificial intelligence for precision radiotherapy.
The Brightlands Smart Health Lab is a collaboration between Maastricht University, Brightlands Institute for Smart Society, Zuyd University of Applied Sciences, Maastro Clinic, Maastricht UMC+, ilionx and Netherlands Comprehensive Cancer Organization. The lab aims to create a smarter and more personalized learning health system.
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12.00 (noon): Opening
12:05: Introduction of the POP-AART lab by Jan-Jakob Sonke (NKI)
12:10: Efstratios Gavves (UvA) presents “Adaptive radiotherapy in the era of learning algorithms and big data”
12.25: Introduction of The Brightlands Smart Health Lab by Rianne Fijten (MaastrichtU)
12:30: Fariba Tohidinezhad (MaastrichtU) presents “Application of Clinical and Radiomic Features for the Differential Diagnosis of Pneumonitis in Stage IV Non-Small-Cell Lung Cancer (NSCLC) Patients Treated with Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors”
12.45: Discussion what’s next in AI for Radiation Treatment