Program

Artificial Intelligence in Ophthalmology 2022

Many thanks to all the speakers for their amazing lectures. The conference was a great success with over 650 registrations from 19 European countries, Asia, South and North Americas, and South Africa. Due to the significant interest, the recordings will also be made available to those who were not registered. To request access to the recordings, please use the form:
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12:30 – 12:34 CEST

Opening of the conference
Prof. Andrzej Grzybowski

12:35 – 14:00 CEST

Session I – The latest scientific achievements from Asia and Europe

12:41 – 13:01 CEST

AI in ophthalmology: sky is the limit
Prof. Daniel Ting
Duke-NUS Medical School
Singapore National Eye Center, Singapore

13:02 – 13:22 CEST

Transfer Learning in artificial intelligence in Ophthalmology
Dr Paisan Ruamviboonsuk
Department of Ophthalmology,
Rajavithi Hospital Bangkok, Thailand

13:23 – 13:43 CEST

AI applications for the anterior segment
Dr Damien Gatinel
Hospital Foundation Adolphe De Rothschild
Paris, France

13:44 – 13:54 CEST

Discussion

13:55 – 14:00 CEST

Break

14:00 – 15:25 CEST

Session II – The latest scientific achievements from Poland (Part I)

14:06 – 14:26 CEST

AI in Ophthalmology: between known and unknown unknows
Prof. Andrzej Grzybowski
University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Poland
Institute for Research in Ophthalmology, Poznań, Poland

14:27 – 14:47 CEST

Review of selected applications of artificial intelligence in diagnostics of anterior segment disorders of the eye
Prof. Robert Koprowski
Institute of Biomedical Engineering
University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland

14:48 – 15:08 CEST

The curse of low data regime in machine learning applications to problems in ophthalmology
Prof. Robert Iskander
Faculty of Fundamental Problems of Technology
Department of Biomedical Engineering
Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Poland

15:09 – 15:19 CEST

Discussion

15:20 – 15:25 CEST

Break

15:25 – 16:50 CEST

Session III – The latest scientific achievements from Poland (Part II)

15:31 – 15:51 CEST

Machine Learning for Segmentation of Posterior and Anterior Eye Segment in OCT Imaging
Prof. Krzysztof Krawiec
Faculty of Computing and Telecommunications,
Institute of Computer Science,
Poznan University of Technology, Poland

15:52 – 16:12 CEST

Overview of the INDOK project concerning computer-aided diagnostics in OCT image analysis with data protection
Prof. Andrzej Dziech
Faculty of Computer Science, Electronics and Telecommunications,
AGH University of Science and Technology, Kraków, Poland

16:13 – 16:33 CEST

A review of tools to suport the design of learning systems used in diagnostic imaging for non-IT users
M. Eng. Tomasz Krzywicki
Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science
University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Poland

16:34 – 16:44 CEST

Discussion

16:45 – 16:50 CEST

Break

16:50 – 16:55 CEST

Introduction to the Kazimiesz Noiszewski lecture
Prof. Andrzej Grzybowski

16:55 – 17:10 CEST

The Kazimierz Noiszewski lecture
AI in Retinopathy of Prematurity: Update 2022
Prof. Michael F. Chiang
Director of the National Eye Institute
National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland, USA

17:10 – 17:15 CEST

Discussion

17:15 – 18:34 CEST

Session IV – The latest scientific achievements from USA

17:21 – 17:41 CEST

AI in Glaucoma: Fundus image or OCT scan?
Prof. Linda M. Zangwill
Richard K. Lansche M.D. and Tatiana A. Lansche Endowed Chair
Viterbi Family Department of Ophthalmology
University of California, San Diego, USA

17:42 – 18:02 CEST

AI in AMD. 2022 Update
Prof. Emily Y. Chew
Department of Epidemiology and Clinical Applications
National Eye Institute (National Institutes of Health NIH),
Bethesda, USA

18:03 – 18:23 CEST

Ethical Considerations for AI in Ophthalmology
Prof. Michael D. Abramoff
The Robert C. Watzke Professor of Ophthalmology
and Visual Sciences, University of Iowa, Iowa City, USA

18:24 – 18:34 CEST

Discussion

18:35 – 18:40 CEST

Break

18:40 – 19:30 CEST

Session V – Medical devices using AI (without Polish translation)

18:45 – 18:50 CEST

AI for chronic disease detection
Ryan Tan
Senior Executive for Marketing

EyRIS Pte Ltd

18:51 – 18:56 CEST

DR Screening with AI – real life experience
João Diogo Ramos
Retmarker

18:57 – 19:02 CEST

MONA: AI patient centric solutions
Olivier Ménage
MONA

19:03 – 19:08 CEST

Diagnos – AI to prevent vision loss
Dawid Caban
DIAGNOS

19:09 – 19:14 CEST

Discussion

19:15 – 19:20 CEST

The end of the conference

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