Artificial intelligence is on the threshold of impacting every life science and medical researcher. Are you ready to open the door?
Join us at the workshop to discuss the opportunities and challenges presented by AI, and specifically large language models, in basic diabetes and classical endocrinology research and its clinical applications.
Through collaborative debates facilitated by experts in AI, you will delve into significant questions and conflicting opinions. Additionally, you will gain hands-on experience with AI-based tools and acquire the skills to enhance the efficiency of your daily work, whether you work in the lab, the clinic, or the office, allowing you to concentrate on your scientific pursuits.
Throughout the two-day workshop, we aim to demystify AI, clarify misunderstandings, instil trust, and promote the responsible use of AI.
In this comprehensive workshop, we will explore the profound impact of AI on diabetes and classical endocrinology research. Through engaging debates and hands-on sessions, participants will acquire practical skills and insights. The program includes sessions on:
Participants will be coached by experts and will:
The overarching goal is to demystify AI, clarify potential risks, and acquire new skills, ensuring that the participants become equipped with the knowledge and skills to integrate AI seamlessly into their research.
In an effort to extend the immediate outcome to others, the workshop’s debates will be compiled into a report and audio recordings to be shared with the research community. Participants will be invited to contribute to these efforts after the workshop, if they wish.
This workshop is intended for early career researchers in diabetes, metabolism, and classical endocrinology, including basic, translational, clinical, and interdisciplinary science. However, motivated researchers at any career level and research-related support staff are welcome to apply and will be assigned a seat if space permits. Participants are selected based on motivational statements, after the close of registration.
Please note that you are not guaranteed a seat at the workshop if you do not meet the target group requirements. Researchers from institutions outside of Denmark are welcome to apply. Priority is given to participants employed at Danish research and health institutions or the life science industry. If the event is overbooked, DDEA reserves its right to select participants based on the defined requirements.
The DDEA organizes a dinner on 14 March. Participation in the dinner is free of charge. Please sign up for the dinner upon registration, and indicate whether you have any dietary requirements.
The DDEA offers 1-night accommodation for all workshop participants (check-in on 14 March; check-out on 15 March). Please sign up for accommodation when you register for the event. You will be informed about your overnight accommodation by the DDEA after the registration deadline.
A course certificate will be sent to all participants upon request at the end of the course. Full participation is required to attain ECTS points.
Please note that it is free of charge to participate in the event; however DDEA will charge a no-show fee of 1000 DKK if you do not show up and have not unregistered from the event by 11 March 2024.
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