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Events 2022

Launch DAIM Initiative (13 May 2022)

Start of the new initiative to foster diversity and inclusion in AI for medicine at CAIM

12.30 - 13.50h 
Hybrid Event
ARTORG Center for Biomedical Engineering Research

More information and registration

2nd Bern Data Science Day (6 May 2022)

Data Science, Machine Learning or Artificial Intelligence in Research

The second Bern Data Science Day is a conference on applied Data Science by the Bern Data Science Initiative with data scientists from the University of Bern, the Bern University Hospital, sitem-insel and the University Psychiatry Services (UPD). Registration and call for abstracts are open.

Computer Vision Group Open Seminar (8 April 2022)

Tuning Large Neural Networks via Zero-Shot Hyperparameter Transfer

Greg Yang, Microsoft Research

hybrid meeting at 14:30h (Zoom & Institute of Informatics, UniBE)

3rd Swiss Tele Emergency Medicine Congress (30 March 2022)

Virtual Event on Tele Emergency Medicine & Digital Health

30 March 2022, 13.30h-17.30h
featuring blocks on education and training and on future perspectives in German and English
Registration via

Brainweek Bern (by Clinical Neuroscience Bern, 14 - 17 March 2022)

Focus on: Consciousness

Presentations on "A Neurological Perspective on Consciousness" (Prof. Dr. med. Frédéric Zubler), "Philosophical Zombies" (Prof. Dr. Vera Hoffmann-Kolss), "Remembering" (Prof. Katharina Henke) and "Psychedelics" (PD Dr. Katrin Preller). Film screening on locked-in-syndrome "Le scaphandre et le papillon"

Computer Vision Group Open Seminar (11 March 2022)

Are Large-scale Datasets Necessary for Self-Supervised Pre-training?

Alaa El-Nouby, Meta AI Research and Inria Paris

15:30h, Zoom

Computer Vision Group Open Seminar (10 February 2022)

Tackling the Generative Learning Trilemma with Accelerated Diffusion Models

Arash Vahdat from NVIDIA Research

17:30h, Zoom

Swiss Consortium for Digital Pathology (03 February 2022)

1st Joint Symposium on Digital Pathology and AI, DACH Region

3 February 2022, 9.00-17.15h

Current activities Austria, Germany and Switzerland
Highlight and short talks Digital Pathology
Best Practices & Future Discussion

Program and registration

CAIM Ethics Talks 2021/22 (19 January 2022)

High Hopes for Deep Learning?

Prof. Robert Sparrow, Ph.D., Monash University

Prof. Dr. Dr. Claus Beisbart, University of Bern

Last talk of the series on 19 January 2022, from 12.15-13.00h.

Computer Vision Group Open Seminar (14 January 2022)

Tackling the Challenge of Uncertainty Estimation and Robustness to Distributional Shift in Real-World applications

Andrey Malinin from Yandex Research

14:30h, Zoom