[NOVEMBER 29TH, 2022]
For the first time since the pandemic, Tribun Health's Scientific and Medical Council met face-to-face in Paris for a day of forward planning on the future of pathology, the role of digital technology and AI and the impact on diagnosis and research.
After an introduction on the generalization of AI models and the construction of robust algorithms by Marc d'Auberville (Uni Ingolstadt) and Kristof Beltram (Uni Wien), guests of honour, the Council focused on 3 themes:
Alongside Isabelle Salmon (Brussels), Martine P. Roudier (Seattle), Jean-François Flejou (Paris) and Marie Brevet (Lyon), all pathologists, Jacques Klossa, Founder and scientist and several Tribun employees involved in innovation or AI worked on these themes under the guidance of Saima Ben Hadj VP Computer Vision & AI.
- The evolution of the pathologist's profession in the age of digital technology and artificial intelligence.
- The issues surrounding oncology research and health data.
- Solutions for the development of a robust, clinical and trusted AI.
A consensus was reached on the main developments expected in the solutions and on the impact of these technologies on pathologists and patients. The medico-economic aspects were also discussed at length, as any innovation must be financed to be sustainable and useful. These elements will be used to feed the roadmap of our solutions for the coming months.
The working group continued its discussions over a friendly lunch in the magnificent salons of the Maison des Arts et Métiers.