T-CAIREM 2024 Symposium

T-CAIREM 2024 Symposium

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Multi-Modal Data and the Future of Health AI

T-CAIREM is hosting our first symposium for AI in medicine at the University of Toronto's Hart House TODAY. The event will be held in person and live-streamed from 9am to 5pm ET.

Multimodal AI is the next revolution in health AI that combines multiple types of data (medical imaging, electronic health records, biosensors, and others) to radically improve AI solution performance and transform healthcare delivery.

T-CAIREM’s 2024 Symposium will focus on how multimodal AI can improve clinical practice and enable a broader understanding of a patient’s health while raising important technical and ethical issues in healthcare. 

In-person and online attendees will be able to view the presentations and participate in interactive discussions.

Symposium Goals

• Discuss the importance of multimodal data in advancing health AI.

• Build collaborations within the AI in Medicine community through knowledge-sharing

• Discuss the unique challenges and solutions to implementing multimodal AI applications in the healthcare sector.

Learning Objectives

After active engagement in this program, participants will be able to:

• Recognize the importance of multimodal data and its implications for the future of health AI.

• Comprehend the breadth of diverse research being conducted in health AI that utilizes multimodal data.

• Ascertain all the opportunities and challenges in understanding, developing, and implementing AI applications that use multimodal data in clinical practice.


Continuing Professional Development has awarded the T-CAIREM Symposium 2024 with the following credits:

  • Royal College Maintenance of Certification Section 1: 5.5 hours
  • American Medical Association Category 1: 5.5 credits
  • European Union for Medical Specialists UEMS-EACCME®: 5.5 credits

Symposium Programme

Download a copy of the Symposium program (PDF)

Please Note

• Registration is free and on a first-come, first-served basis. Formal invitation letters will not be issued.

• Seating is limited. We kindly ask that you register for in-person attendance ONLY if you can join us for the entire day, from 8am to 6pm. 

• The symposium will be live-streamed from 9am to 5pm for those unable to attend in person.

• An event photographer will be onsite to take photos/videos that may be used for non-commercial communications. If you don't want to be photographed, please advise the photographer.

• Questions? Please email t.cairem@utoronto.ca

• Instead of a registration fee, we invite you to support T-CAIREM with a gift of any amount. Your contribution will directly enhance T-CAIREM's capacity to continue offering a vibrant forum for learning, discussion, and innovation. 

Make a donation to T-CAIREM


Hart House is located on the University of Toronto's downtown St. George campus.
Street Address: 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto, ON M5S 3H3
Google Map: https://maps.app.goo.gl/R2GMeaLN1fadk2Z88

Hart House is the location for the T-CAIREM AI in Medicine Symposium.


There is no official conference hotel for this symposium. However, Toronto has many accommodations to choose from that are close to the University of Toronto's downtown campus. Here are some of them:

• Double Tree by Hilton

• Chelsea Hotel

• Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel

• Cambridge Suites Toronto

• Hilton Toronto

• Shangri-La

• Park Hyatt

• The Yorkville Royal Sonestra

• Windsor Arms Hotel