Artificial Intelligence as generic term appears to be a game changer and to challenge the way we perceive ourselves and clinicians and how we practice medicine. This presentation explores the Utopia of the use of artificial intelligence for the example of Out Of Hospital Cardiac Arrest. What can it bring to us to take OHCA Management to the next level? But it also explores the Dystopia behind unrealistic expectations or dangerous challenges that lay ahead. How can we make use of this technology and master the challenges and threats it represents? How to become an informed and enhanced clinician? You need to grab this topic or it will grab you!
Tobias, born in Germany, had the privilege to train in Anesthesia and Critical Care in Germany and France. He spent the last ten years as trauma lead consultant in a busy Paris trauma center. There he co-founded with a friend and colleague, Sophie Hamada, the Paris trauma network, Traumabase.eu. Since then the Traumabase has grown into the largest French Trauma Registry. From 2016-2019 he was working in the UK as HEMS doctor and in Critical Care at the Royal London Hospital. Back to Paris Tobias, currently coordinates a research program in cooperation with Ecole Polytechnique to explore the use of Machine Learning Techniques in Trauma decision making (TrauMatrix). Curiosity and teaching took him to Vietnam, Zimbabwe and South Africa and the US to see different ways to practice medicine. Special interests: human factors in medicine, trauma systems and intrahospital disaster preparedness.
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Scandinavian paediatric anaesthetist. PHARM, ED, OR, ICU.
Co-organiser Copenhagen Critical Care Symposium & Big Sick
Web dev Scandinavian Society for Anaesthesia and Intensive Care