Course Four

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Course 4   October 4, 202

8:30AM  Webinar "AI Impacts Dentistry" 3MCEs      

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Dr. Brandon Veremis

The main disconnect in dentistry right now is being able to evaluate the quality of AI tools. We are trained to evaluate things like sensitivity and specificity so we are able to think for ourselves about what tools are right for a task, but AI algorithms get reported differently. The methodology is different, and journal reviewers don't always know how to assess methodology correctly, resulting in publication of AI things that look nice superficially but in actuality are intrinsically problematic from a methodology standpoint.

This course will also cover the most recent AI developments. Large language models are kind of a newcomer to the field and will be a  decent-sized chunk of this presentation.  AI impacts Dentistry...a comprehensive dive into the future.




Brandon Veremis, DDS is a board-certified oral and maxillofacial pathologist and holds appointments as an Assistant Professor at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai as well as an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the University of Michigan School of Dentistry. His research foci include the use of artificial intelligence techniques in the context of cancer research, improving pathologic diagnosis, and understanding how students learn oral pathology in dental school. Dr. Veremis also serves on the Oral Pathology Biopsy Service at Mount Sinai as well as diagnoses resections of diseases of the head and neck.



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