Artificial Intelligence in Research: A Discussion at the Science Cafe

Science Cafe: Unleashing Collaborative Discussions on the Use of Artificial Intelligence in Research

The Clinical and Translational Science Collaborative hosts a monthly educational series known as the Science Cafe. This series brings together scientists, investigators, trainees, and community members to engage in discussions aimed at fostering new collaborations in exciting areas of research.

Each session features a new research focus, a content expert, fresh perspectives, and an opportunity to explore uncharted territories in the world of science. The sessions begin with a content expert discussing their own work and potential areas of collaboration.

The goal of the Science Cafe sessions is to encourage conversation and collaborative thinking among participants. The sessions are relatively unstructured to allow for free-flowing discussion and to uncover overlapping interests on the topic being discussed.

The next Science Cafe session will take place on Thursday, April 11th from noon to 1 p.m. via Zoom. David Kaelber, a professor of medicine and chief medical information officer at the MetroHealth System, will lead a discussion on the use of artificial intelligence in research.

Those interested in attending the Science Cafe session can learn more by visiting the Clinical and Translational Science Collaborative website and registering for the event.

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