AI×BIO 2024


The Inaugural ANU Symposium in Computational Biology, Biomedicine and Artificial Intelligence


About the symposium

The convergence of artificial intelligence, biology, and biomedicine represents a pivotal frontier for advancing health outcomes and knowledge discovery within the life sciences. As experimental technologies yield increasingly large and intricate datasets, rapid advances in artificial intelligence offer novel approaches for deciphering this complex information. AI×BIO 2024 will showcase the latest developments and emerging ideas from the ANU and leading Australian researchers at the intersection of these disciplines.

For event details and registration please visit the Eventbrite page. Please note that this event is for ANU staff and students only.


Keynote speakers

Professor David Ascher, NHMRC Emerging Leadership Fellow & Director, Biotechnology Programs, School of Chemistry and Molecular Biosciences, The University of Queensland

Professor Richi Nayak, Deputy Director of the Centre for Data Science, Queensland University of Technology


Program overview

AI×BIO 2024 will include two keynote presentations by distinguished guest speakers, nine research talks, student poster presentations, and a workshop session titled “Large language models in biomedicine and healthcare: emerging applications and opportunities”.

Lunch and refreshments will be provided, including a networking session at the end of the symposium.

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