Artificial intelligence (AI) promises to be a powerful tool for improving biomedical research, but for researchers who haven’t used this technology, it can be challenging to know where to begin. Many research groups in the Penn State College of Medicine are already using AI and other data science methods to advance their work, and there are opportunities for more collaboration around these methodologies throughout the university.

At this workshop, hosted by Penn State’s Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) and Institute for Computational and Data Sciences (ICDS), three research groups from the College of Medicine will discuss why and how they have applied AI methods in their research. Attendees will also learn about the resources available to all Penn State researchers through CTSI and ICDS, which include access to anonymized electronic health records data, cloud-based analysis tools, and a computational consulting team that supports data science and AI throughout the University.

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