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2017 GTC San Jose

S7865 - Doctors & Developers: Combining Expertise With VR and AI To Improve Medical Training and Simulation

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Learn how doctors aided in the design process to create authentic VR trauma room scenarios; how expert content and simulation devs crafted a VR experience that would have impact in a world where there's no room for error and why Oculus supports the program. 
Experiential learning is among the best ways to practice for pediatric emergencies. However, hospitals are spending millions on expensive and inefficient mannequin-based training that does not consistently offer an authentic experience for med students or offer convenient repeatability. Join us for a case study on a groundbreaking pilot program that brought together Children's Hospital Los Angeles with two unique VR and AI dev teams to deliver VR training simulations for the most high stakes emergencies hospitals see: pediatric trauma.


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AI in Healthcare Summit Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality
Defense Government / National Labs Healthcare & Life Sciences Higher Education / Research Media & Entertainment
25 minutes
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