Students from Queretaro demonstrate the use of artificial intelligence in medicine

Students of the Autonomous University of Queretaro (Umm Al Quwain) Participated in the 15th edition of International conference on advances in medicine (Siam). This summit is considered one of the most important annual meetings in Mexico Which brings together the forefront in the fields of health.

the students Edgar Antonio Félix García, Adrian Lima Zimpolitecatl, Francisco José Portos Juarez, and Melissa González TangBiomedical engineering students from the Faculty of Engineering (FI) in Umm Al Quwain They were presented to specialists “Muscle classification using convolutional neural networks (ConvNets or CNNs) and multilayer perceptron (MLP).”

University students explained how to solve failures in activating the muscles of the upper and lower limbs of the body, through artificial intelligence.

The project was developed on the topic of Advanced Biosignal Processing Technologies, taught by Dr. Carlos Andres Pérez Ramirez and Engineer Andres Emilio Hurtado Pérez.

International conference on advances in medicine (Siam) Organized by the Civil Hospital of Guadalajara, with academic support from the University of Guadalajara (UDG).

In this event, scientific figures such as nobel prizes, In addition to the presence of research competitions or freelancing. This edition contains several works related to the application artificial intelligence.

An example of this is a presentation Pablo Parente Follower Rosario National University, Argentina, “Using artificial intelligence in infectious diseases” Where he confirmed that use Amnesty International It will allow comprehensive care to be humanized and patient-centered. At the same time the problem is identified and the appropriate response is evaluated.

the doctor Zoella Layton It also discussed the effects amnesty International, By indicating that they can provide the tools needed to care for patients, without ignoring that human quality is essential in medical care.

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