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Sujoy will be sharing the research he has been carrying out in two areas using AI. Firstly, detecting cardio-vascular diseases through the use of a Cardiovascular Risk Assessment Tool which can help physicians identify the global/holistic risk for patients and lay down a structured roadmap to reduce the risk. Secondly, Sujoy explains the AI-based Care Pathway Design (CHIP) for individuals at risk of acute exacerbation of COPD and chronic respiratory diseases and how he’s using risk regression and probabilistic methods for risk stratification, and integrating medication use and the air quality index to define clinical pathways and packages.

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