Guillaume Dumas, Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Addiction at the University of Montreal and member of SENSUM
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Algorithms are to medicine today what statistics were to medicine yesterday. In other words, practice in the health sector is going through a historical turning point!
In the 1950s, we were entertaining the idea of teaching statistics to doctors. Now, we tell ourselves that we must train them in AI [IA] It leads them to understand how algorithms work to enable them to make logical and critical use of them,” says Guillaume Dumas, associate professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Addiction at the University of Montreal and a member of the University of Montreal. SENSUM.
As “artificial intelligence and its algorithms are part of the next generation toolkit,” the expert in computer psychiatry and mental health, who is also a principal investigator in the lab Precision psychiatry and social physiology of CHU Sainte-Justine Research Center and IVADO Chair Holder for Artificial Intelligence and Mental Health will give two presentations as part of the 90H CongressAkfasone onThe contribution of artificial intelligence to mental healthand the other on Training physicians in digital health. We discussed that with him.
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