Special Interest Groups Embryology and Ethics and Law
Gemma Arroyo (Spain) Theofano Bounartzi (Greece) Ioannis Sfontouris (Greece) Heidi Mertes (Belgium) Amy Barrie (UK) Monica Marques (Portugal) Elpida Fragouli (UK) Sofia Makieva (Switzerland) Nicola Williams (UK) Isabel Margarida Silvestre (Portugal) Seppe Segers (The Netherlands)
This course addresses the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in assisted reproductive techniques and the IVF laboratory. We will approach the real and current use of AI in the IVF laboratory, its advantages and disadvantages, as well as the ethical limits that arise in its use in each of the fields in which this technology advances.
Clinical Embryologists, laboratory practitioners, clinicians, nurses/midwives
Educational needs and expected outcomes
Participants attending this event are expected to learn about AI implementation in terms of efficiency and practical and ethical coherence. They will also be able to know about its beginning, evolution and future applications.
By the end of the course, participants will have the latest knowledge on:
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