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Axial3D shortlisted for 'Best use of AI for Health' in 2019 European DatSci Awards!


Axial3D has been nominated and shortlisted for Best use of Data Science/AI for Health & Wellbeing at the 2019 DatSci and AI Awards.

The DatSci and AI awards celebrate the very best of data science and AI in Europe across 10 categories that represent major advances throughout the Data Science sector.

Axial3D has been shortlisted in the category of 'Best use of Data Science/AI for Health and Wellbeing', for employing the use of AI to 3D print models of body parts to improve surgical intervention. The Health and Wellbeing industry supports strong, vibrant and healthy communities. It helps create healthy living environments which should, where possible, include making physical activity easy to do and create places and spaces to meet to support community engagement and social capital. Advances in Health and Wellbeing helps avoid potential pollution and other environmental hazards, which might lead to an adverse impact on human health, are accounted for in the consideration of new development proposals.

Celebrating the Power of Data Science and Artificial Intelligence

Each year the DatSci Awards has gone from strength to strength, with the 4th Annual Awards set to be the best yet. It will be a full day event hosted in Dublin, Ireland on 5th September 2019 that will connect and celebrate the Data Science Ecosystem across Europe. The Awards demonstrates and celebrates the Power of Data Science and Artificial Intelligence in driving real business, educational and social outcomes.

The DatSci & AI Awards is Europe’s leading celebration of talent in the Data Science & AI community. With 450+ attendees and applications being accepted from over 48 countries, the Awards brings the best minds together from all across Europe to Dublin. The competition is open to individuals and teams working in the Data Science Ecosystem across Europe and is a unique opportunity to showcase research and application of Data Science/AI and get recognized in this growing industry.

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