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At CAIM, we think AI from the perspective of healthcare providers and address real-world clinical needs for the benefit of patients. Our center was founded 2021 by the University of Bern and Bern University Hospital to shape the digital healthcare future by:

Researching AI systems that address clinical problems, including development, evaluation and dissemination.

Educating the next generation of AI researchers and digital native clinicians via leading academic and professional courses.

Connecting know-how and expertise to build a pipeline of innovative, clinical AI projects, technologies and products.

Translating AI technology innovation through industry collaborations, start-ups and early-stage investment.

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"Unmet Clinical Needs Drive our Research"

healthbook TIMES, the online medical journal, has interviewed Raphael Sznitman about the uniqueness of CAIM: "Our focus lies with a patient- or clinician-oriented technology development. Basic science is less at the forefront, it is more about how we can bring AI technology to the patient, the clinic and the healthcare community. Our process often starts with an unmet clinical need. This distinguishes us from a more traditional-oriented engineering school, where one builds the hammer first and then finds the nails, so to speak."

Read the interview...

2021/08/09 Media


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