A meeting in Riyadh will emphasise AI in healthcare


Riyadh — A symposium on digital health will be held at the King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center in the Riyadh city of Saudi Arabia, on May 16 with attendees from all around the world.

The event is anticipated to draw thousands of attendees from at least 15 participating countries and more than 50 speakers from the top healthcare markets to the city.

The conference will highlight cutting-edge technology and highlight the advantages of applied artificial intelligence in healthcare, advocating best practises for healthcare safety, cost-effectiveness, sustainability, and practicality.

Exhibitions, workshops, panel discussions, and sections on developing technologies will all be featured throughout the two-day conference.

The King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center believes in emerging technologies and the capacity of AI to advance regional healthcare towards higher care quality, effective operations, and better patient experiences, according to Osama Alswailem, the center’s chief information officer.

“These technologies support the nation’s ongoing transition to a digital healthcare system”.

He continued, “This conference will bring together top-tier thought leaders, digital solutions, and technology to innovate and challenge the established healthcare practises”.

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