IDIVAL and HUMV organize a course on Generative Artificial Intelligence in basic and/or clinical research

Registrations are open for the seminar that will delve into the types, uses and ethical issues of generative artificial intelligence.

Next Monday March 11 will be held the training course called ‘How to improve your workflows with generative AI in basic and/or clinical research’ which will take place in the afternoon (16h to 20h) in the conference room third floor of IDIVAL.

The objectives of the workshop will be focused on obtaining resources to use artificial intelligence on a daily basis, knowing when to use it, as well as learning how to obtain efficient and satisfactory answers or knowing its limits and strengths of the different types.

The workshop will be limited to 25 students who will have to bring their laptop computer and answer an anonymous survey in this link:

Registrations are already open and can be made at the following link:

The course will be taught by Álvaro Díaz, Assistant of the Digestive Service of the Marqués de Valdecilla University Hospital (HUMV), Javier Pazó, IA Expert of the Spanish Foundation for the Study of the Liver (FEEH) and Juan Turnes, Head of the Digestive Service. University Hospital of Pontevedra.