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      February 5, 2020

      Wednesday   5:00 PM

      1875 El Prado
      San Diego, California 92101

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      Artificially intelligent models of cancer for precision diagnosis and treatment

      Please Note: This event is free to the public, but the cost for these programs is substantial. If you would like to help support the Ethics Center so that we can continue to offer these programs, please contact The Center for Ethics in Science and Technology to discuss options for a tax deductible donation. Date & Time  Wednesday, February 5, 2020, from 5:00-7:00 PM. Join us from 5:00-5:30 PM for a half hour of refreshments and conversation. Our speaker will begin at 5:30 PM. Location Fleet Science Center, Balboa Park Speaker Trey Ideker, Ph.D, Professor, Department of Medicine and Adjunct Professor, Departments of Bioengineering and Computer Science at the UC San Diego. Director of the National Resource for Network Biology, Director of the Cancer Cell Map Initiative, & Director of the Psychiatric Cell Map Initiative Dr. Ideker is a Professor of Medicine at UC San Diego. He is the Director of the National Resource for Network Biology, the Cancer Cell Map Initiative and the Psychiatric Cell Map Initiative. He is a pioneer in using genome-scale measurements to construct network models of cellular processes and disease. Artificially intelligent models of cancer for precision diagnosis and treatment A major ambition of artificial intelligence lies in translating patient data to successful therapies. Machine learning models face particular challenges in biomedicine, however, including handling of extreme data heterogeneity and lack of mechanistic insight into predictions. Here, we argue for “visible” approaches that guide model structure with experimental biology. Parking instructions There are free lots available behind the Fleet Science Center near the entrance to the Community Forum. *Please note: Guests are not required to print their tickets.

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