- January 26, 2021: Assignment 1 is out. It is due on Feb. 4 by midnight.
- January 18, 2021: First class.
This course introduces Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its recent applications in medicine for students with only a little background in computer science. It starts by motivating and defining AI, before folding over to a survey of some of its newest applications to medicine, including diagnosis, prognosis, drug discovery, and recommendations of individualized treatments, to mention just a few. Afterwards, it provides a bird’s-eye view of some of the major AI techniques, including machine learning, deep neural networks, recommendation systems, ranked retrieval, and probabilistic graphical models. Finally, it concludes with a discussion on some of the concerns related to AI, including ethical issues, job security, society, and healthcare institutions, among others.
The course comprises a balance of lectures, case studies, live demonstrations of some medical AI applications, problem-solving & programming assignments (only for 15-282), and research tasks. The students will be exposed to industry- and research-based perspectives on AI for medicine. In addition, students registering for 15-282 will learn through a course project the nuances of working with medical data and applying an AI model to solve a concrete problem in medicine.
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