What can advances in brain science coupled with artificial intelligence bring to medical training? That’s what Cerego Co-Founder and CEO, Andrew Smith Lewis, will be exploring at the Army Medical Symposium and Exposition on July 24-25 at the Grand Hyatt in San Antonio, Texas.
This symposium will provide a venue for collaborative discussion and education on key topics by identifying leading practices and innovations from Joint, Interagency, Intergovernmental, and Multinational (JIIM) organizations and industry partners that will better enable Army Medicine to prepare for future challenges in support of our Army and the Joint Force. Smith-Lewis believes that today’s advances in brain science and artificial intelligence will bring about a paradigm shift in education and training.
Learn how transformations in learning will drive this shift at scale and explore applications of brain science paired with new technologies on Day 1 of this two day symposium.
What: What can advances in brain science coupled with artificial intelligence
bring to medical training?
When: Monday July 24 at 1555 – 1605
Where: Grand Hyatt in San Antonio, Texas
Track: TECH TEN
We are at a golden moment where advances in brain science and artificial intelligence can bring about a paradigm shift in education and training. At Cerego, we believe transforming learning is the key to driving this shift at scale. We've created a self-improving algorithm that helps anyone learn faster, remember longer, and quantify knowledge and capability. Our evidence-demonstrated platform is used in everything from aviation to zoology, and multiple applications in medical training where top publishers, universities, and organizations use Cerego to drive tangible outcomes. This talk with highlight some of these examples and explore applications of Cerego for cognitive rehabilitation such as with TBI patients.
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