AI for Clinical Care Workshop

April 21, 2024 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. ET
In-person option: University of Florida Research and Academic Center at Lake Nona Campus
Virtual option also available

Looking for an introduction to artificial intelligence (AI) or an opportunity to expand on what you already know? Attend this workshop hosted by the NIH-funded Bridge2AI CHoRUS network and the University of Florida College of Medicine. Whether you register for the beginner or advanced track, you’ll be equipped with knowledge and skills that you could transfer to your own cancer research.

If you have little-to-no experience using AI, join the “AI Boot Camp” (beginner track). If you have experience, the “Generative AI with Diffusion Models Workshop” (advanced track) might be better for you. Learn more about each track below!

AI Boot Camp

Register if you have no prior programming experience and/or are an AI and machine learning novice. You’ll learn about:

  • the Jupyter Lab environment and how to create Jupyter notebooks.
  • the rules of the programming language “Python” and how to develop and execute the code for manipulating biomedical data.
  • important Python libraries for biomedical data science.
  • additional topics related to large language models (LLMs), multidisciplinary collaboration, AI, and more.

Generative AI with Diffusion Models Workshop

Register if you understand PyTorch and deep learning. You’ll learn:

  • how to improve the quality of generated images through the process of gradually diffusing the noise.
  • how to control the image output with context embeddings.
  • how to generate images from English text-prompts.
  • additional topics related to denoising diffusion models.

Upon completing either track, you’ll receive a digital Credly credentials badge and certificate.

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