“Frontiers of Digitalisation in Health Care: AI for Precision Medicine”

Workshop, July 29-31, 2020

Many intelligent systems today run as a “blackbox service” with limited interaction capabilities and thus put humans in a passive role. This is ineffective in solving tasks that benefit from combining human intelligence and computation. Guided by the principle of extending human capabilities instead of replacing them, this workshop investigates interaction concepts, user interfaces, and interactive intelligent systems that empower people to actively steer AI as a usable tool with continuous impact and feedback. The guiding core principles are continuous interaction, flexible control, and explainability. Important application areas include communication, data analysis, engineering, design, and health. Physical tools have multiplied the capabilities of humans with power sources (e.g. screwdriver vs powerdrill). As a cognitive analogy, we envision future digital tools that empower humans with computation as a source of task-specific intelligence.

 

Keynote speakers

Prof. Dr. Richard Röttger, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark (requested)

 

Organizer

Dr. Josch Konstantin Pauling, Technical University of Munich, Germany

Prof. Dr. Jan Baumbach, Technical University of Munich, Germany

 

Conference venue

TUM Akademiezentrum Raitenhaslach

Raitenhaslach 11

84489 Burghausen

 

Target audience: Ph.D. students and early-career scientists.

 

The workshop will include 4 keynote lectures and 20 talks by the participants selected from the submitted abstracts.

Preliminary Program:

 

Wednesday 29.July 2020

9:00 Welcome

9:15 Josch Pauling (KEYNOTE) (Technical University Munich and ZD.B Fellow)Computational Systems Medicine on Lipids and Metabolism

10:00-12:30 Morning Session: Systems Medicine

12:30-13:30 Lunch

13:30-18:00 Afternoon session: Tools Beyond AI: Bioinformatics in Systems Biomedicine

19:00 Welcome Dinner (Castle restaurant Burghausen)

Thursday 30.July 2020

9:00    Jan Baumbach (KEYNOTE) (Technical University Munich) Computational Breath Analysis 
9:45   Olga Lazareva (Technical University Munich) BiGAnts: network-constrained biclustering of patients and multi-omics data
10:15 Markus List (Technical University Munich) Genome-wide endogenous RNA networks highlight novel biomarkers in cancer
11:00 Coffee break

11:30 Tim Kacprowski (Technical University Munich) Computational Systems Medicine

13:30-18:00 Afternoon session: Creative Science: Looking beyond the state of the art

18:00 Dinner (Barbecue at Monestry Raitenhaslach)

 

Friday 31.July 2020

9:00 Richard Röttger (KEYNOTE) (University of Southern Denmark) Privacy-preserving federated machine learning and block chaining for reduced cyber risks in a world of distributed healthcare

10:00-12:30 Morning Session: Differential Privacy

12:30-13:30 Lunch

13:30-16:00 Afternoon session: Future Digital Tools in Systems Medicine