Conference Cancelled

Thank you for your interest in attending ‘AI and Big Data in Cancer: From Innovation to Impact’.

As the spread of COVID-19 continues and the situation remains uncertain, we believe it would be irresponsible to proceed as scheduled for 15-17 November in Boston, USA so we have made the difficult decision to cancel the conference.

We are grateful to all our chairs, speakers, panellists, submitting authors, and registered delegates for their support of the conference.

The future of medicine is data-driven and AI-enabled. Artificial intelligence will impact diagnosis, treatment decisions and patient care. Learn from others along the value-chain to understand how to effectively translate technology, data and analytic innovations into clinical practices and patient benefits and find the right partners to move your innovations forward.

AI and Big Data in Cancer, November 15-17, 2020, Boston, will bring together high-level speakers for keynote talks, invited lectures, panels and fireside chat interviews. View the program here.

Poster Awards: Submit abstracts here.

Join the conversation #AICancer2020


from the insights of leading researchers, clinicians, technologists, entrepreneurs, regulators, and payers


the conversation and network with leaders and innovators across industry, academia, and government


your stay when visiting the Westin Boston Waterfront during the conference


the groundbreaking symposium bridging technological innovation and clinical application


Elsevier seeks to promote and facilitate an open conversation between disparate stakeholders to accelerate the implementation of AI in oncology care.

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