ESO Artificial Intelligence Committee

The newborn ESO Artificial Intelligence Committee is looking for stroke researchers interested to become Committee members.
The use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in several fields, including medicine, has been rocketed in the last years. The European Stroke Organisation needs to serve as an European leader in the field of application of AI to stroke research and clinical practice by:

  • Promoting European research networks on AI
  • Promoting a person-centred approach of AI development, with the direct involvement of patients and caregivers
  • Elaborating strategies to integrate AI in stroke diagnostic and treatment pathways
  • Addressing ethical issues, privacy-related concerns and reliability of AI-based approaches
  • Promoting dialogue between ESO and European Institutions

All committee participants need to be ESO members.
The Committee will be presented during the next ESO Conference in Basel.

If you are interested in applying, or if you wish for further information, please contact Dr. Pietro Caliandro at To apply, please send your CV and letter of motivation by 31 October.

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