2023 3rd International Symposium on Artificial Intelligence for Medicine Sciences（ISAIMS 2022)
October 13-15, 2022 Online conference http://2022.isaims.org/
ISAIMS 2022 has been published by ACM International Conference Proceedings Series (Read More)
The conference invite doutstanding experts. They are: Professor Li Xue from the University of Queensland，Professor Yanchun Zhang from Guangzhou University, Professor Hesheng Wang from Shanghai Jiaotong University, Professor Siwei Yu from Guizhou Medical University, Professor Jinguang Gu from Wuhan University of Science and Technology, and Prof. Xingpeng Jiang from Central China Normal University, Professor Bingxiang Yang from Wuhan University, Professor Zhisheng Huang from Amsterdam Free University, Professor Dan Xie from Hubei University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Professor Kenji Suzuki from Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan.The conference attracted nearly 100 scholars to participate online.
In the sub-forum on the research and application of artificial intelligence in traditional Chinese medicine, Professor Yuling Zheng, a well-known Chinese medicine scholar and Qihuang scholar, made a wonderful report for the forum. Dr. Xiaoqi Chen from the First Affiliated Hospital of Henan University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Professor Xuekun Song from the School of Information Technology of Henan University of Traditional Chinese Medicine Dr. Xu Sun from Henan Cancer Hospital and Dr. Wang Juntao from the Third Affiliated Hospital of Henan University of Traditional Chinese Medicine made special reports for the forum. Dr. Chunzheng Ma , Dr. Juan Zhang, Dr. Zhizhong Guo and other well-known experts in the field of traditional Chinese medicine actively participated in the discussion and exchange of the forum.
Through ISAIMS, the participating researchers were stimulated for scientific research, guided the in-depth thinking on the frontier development direction of disciplines in the field of artificial intelligence for medical sciences, and increased the exchange opportunities between scholars.