A look back at the “AI and megadata” conference: launch of structuring work!

On Friday, February 10, 2023, the ICAN IHU, together with the Conseil d’Etat, the CNIL and the Alliance IHU France, organized a major symposium on the use of data and artificial intelligence (AI) in the healthcare sector.

Also available by videoconference, the symposium attracted over 600 remote participants and around 100 face-to-face attendees, including 10 media from the national general press and the specialized health and digital press, who came to attend the debates led by specialist speakers on the subject.

Watch the replay below!

Part 1 – Morning (9am-12:30pm)

Opening plenary, round tables 1 and 2

Part 2 – Afternoon (2pm-3.45pm)

Round table 3 and closing plenary

What is the aim of this symposium?

The day was opened by Didier-Roland Tabuteau (Vice-President of the Conseil d’État), Marie-Laure Denis (President of the CNIL) and Stéphane Hatem (Managing Director of IHU ICAN).

3 round tables addressed the issues of AI use in research and medical practice, the regulatory framework for healthcare data and the economic ecosystem for this data in France.

Renaud Vedel (Director of Cabinet for Jean-Noël Barrot, Minister Delegate for Digital Transition and Telecommunications) and Thierry Tuot (Deputy Chairman of the Interior Section of the Conseil d’État) concluded the discussions, which were rich in proposals.

The work initiated at this conference will continue within the Alliance IHU France to build a new model for the use of health data in research.

The objective for Alliance IHU France : create, in collaboration with the CNIL and with the support of the Conseil d’Etat and the government, a new experimental space for finding solutions to the various economic, social and medical issues raised by the manipulating artificial intelligence and exploiting data within the healthcare sector. All this is done in full transparency to the public, patients and the press.

Photos ©JB Eyguesier/Conseil d’Etat.

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