The NHMRC Connected Health CRE hosts monthly interactive seminars that aim to encourage interdisciplinary collaboration and discussion.

You and any of your colleagues or students are invited to attend the upcoming webinar on 9 February (Thursday) between 3.00pm to 4.00pm (AEST). This webinar will be led by international researcher, Professor Barr Taylor, M.D. who is Professor (Emeritus), Stanford Medical Centre and Distinguished Professor and Director of the Centre for m2Health at Palo Alto University and Dr Tilman Dingler who is Senior Lecturer in the University of Melbourne’s School of Computing and Information Systems.  They will be discussing, “Transforming Healthcare with Chatbots: Exploring the Controversies and Opportunities”.

Please join using the zoom link

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