San Francisco, CA. May 17, 2021 – This month, Kaliber’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Richard Angelo, presented at Surgicon’s Third World Congress on Surgical Training. In his presentation, “Artificial Intelligence: Making Its Way Into the Operating Room,” Dr. Angelo discussed the potential ways in which AI might be used to improve surgical performance and training – as well as Kaliber’s work in this space.
“This conference offered members of the surgical community from around the world the opportunity to come together to discuss scientifically based and validated methods for surgical training," Dr. Angelo explained. "Kaliber is developing some incredibly exciting and innovative AI-powered surgical tools – among them, surgeon feedback and analytics, as well as recognition, measurement, and virtual landmarking capabilities. I was thrilled to be able to contribute to the discussion taking place at Surgicon and to share how Kaliber's tools might support the development of improved surgical training."
Dr. Angelo is a past president of the Arthroscopy Association of North America (AANA) and past chair of the AANA Education Foundation. In addition to his work with Kaliber, he is the current President of the Orthopedic Learning Center in Chicago.
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