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Human, Medical & Healthcare

How can Intelligent Technologies help transfer sophisticated medical technology to effective health care? How can we build systems that are adaptable to their users and easily transferable in other clinical sites? Physicians and Computer Scientists have been investigating the use of computers to aid the clinical side of medicine since the middle of last century. Although in research a great number of promising medical expert systems exists, few are actually used in the practice of medicine. The increased use of computers and networking offered by INTERNET, the emergence of relatively rich and sophisticated electronic medical record systems can result in a breakthrough. Excessive amounts of data are stored in medical and pharmacological databases. The interpretation, understanding and effective use of stored data is one great challenge. Also, adequate human-computer interfaces and decision support that can really adapt to the situation are missing from the market. Intelligent Hybrid Systems that - among others - increase adaptivity and efficiency could successfully address some of these issues.

 

Some possible directions SAS can be applied in Human Medical & Healthcare application areas:
  • Implementation of medical information systems with effective data mining techniques: inductive learning, clustering, temporal reasoning etc.
  • Patient monitoring or bio-signal processing, interpretation data,
  • Information visualization: visualization of medical data and visualization of results, case-based reasoning, construction of decision models to support medical decision making, discovery of new knowledge and trends,
  • Drug design: Pharmacodynamical modeling, prediction of drug activity, etc.
  • Intelligent tutoring systems in medicine
  • Query and update of medical databases
  • Modeling of medical data - Handling multiple and heterogeneous clinical databases
  • Acquisition, maintenance, sharing, and reuse of reasoning knowledge

The Key Nodes involved in Human, Medical & Healthcare applications are to engage in technology transfer and research according to the activity plan but also by initiating task forces.

Industrial members should benefit from:
  • Receiving free information (case studies, consultancy etc.) provided by other members.
  • Networking for creating consortia for projects as EUNITE provides a great pool of relevant Academic Research and Industrial partners.
  • Identifying the future trends and hot areas in Human, Medical & Healthcare applications of Smart Adaptive Systems and Hybrid Systems.
  • Increased interaction Academia-Industry as it can lead the direction of academic work in this field
  • Contributing relevant benchmark problems (via Technology Transfer) and get an insight of the benefits SAS can achieve in their specific problems.
  • Getting information and training in workshops, tutorials and other educational activities of EUNITE (via Training and Education) so they get an advantage vis-a-vis their competitors.

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