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AI in Healthcare

Exploring the potential of artificial intelligence (AI) and its
transformative impact on health care and innovation.

AI technologies and algorithms are redefining patient care, clinical workflows, and medical research. Intelligent diagnostics and personalized treatment plans are already enabling precision medicine. Data-driven insights are seamlessly integrating into everyday health care practices creating new standards of care. Explore the possibilities of machine learning, neural networks, and generative AI.

COMING SOON – AI resources, courses, and experts will be added as we build the AI ecosystem at McMaster. Check back for updates.



Join us each month for virtual AI in Healthcare Rounds and explore the latest advancements and applications of AI in healthcare through engaging discussions and case applications facilitated by McMaster AI experts.


Wednesday, October 18, 2023
12:00 – 1:00 pm.


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Attendance will be taken at each AI in Healthcare Round. Attendance can be used for Faculty of Health Sciences education tracking purposes.

Yes! All Rounds will be posted to our Mac Video page and the AI in Healthcare Rounds playlist on our YouTube channel. We do encourage you to participate in the Rounds live for the optimal learning experience and collaborative opportunities.

AI Educational Offerings in Development

The Marnix E. Heersink School of Biomedical Innovation and Entrepreneurship is currently developing AI in Healthcare educational offerings. Programs will empower students to explore the transformative potential of AI in healthcare, equipping them with the knowledge and skills needed to drive health innovation and entrepreneurial success in this rapidly evolving field.

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AI Insights

Race Against Resistance: The Life and Death Struggle to Save Antibiotics Watch here

This BBC StoryWorks documentary features patients, doctors, scientists and experts who are working to ensure we have the medicines we need now and in the future. McMaster’s Eric Brown and Jon Stokes are among the experts featured.