Dr Dimitri Yellachich
Optometry Western Australia’s monthly metro CPD evening is sponsored by Novartis in September and is presented by Dr Dimitri Yellachich.
Dr Yellachich will talk on Artificial intelligence. AI has become far more ubiquitous than many might think. Despite this, peoples understanding and perception of the true capabilities of machine learning remain disparate from the truth. Misconceptions ranging from the idea that general artificial intelligence is just around the corner and will replace most human beings to an under appreciation of the computational power currently possible, leave many people somewhat confused. In addition the field is growing at an unprecedented pace. In this presentation Dr Dimitri Yellachich will introduce some basic concepts behind AI and look some areas in ophthalmology that are being rapidly impacted.
3 CPD is available for attendance. Please register now to confirm your place.
Dr Dimitri YellachichShow details
Dimitri Yellachich is Head of Department at Fremantle Hospital Eye Clinic and specialises in vitreoretinal medical and surgical conditions.
He is a local graduate who undertook subspecialty training and research in biomedical engineering at Stanford University in the USA and further vitreoretinal training in the United Kingdom.
His research at Stanford was in electronic retinal prosthesis and retinal pigment epithelial cell transplantation.
Dimitri is also currently Associate Professor and discipline leader of ophthalmology at Notre Dame University and the Western Australian representative on the medical committee of the Macular Degeneration Foundation.
He has a comprehensive private practice at the South Street Eye Clinic in Leeming.
CPD Sponsor: Novartis PShow details
Novartis are regular and long term supporters or Optometry WA CPD events and bring us the likes of Dr Chandra Balaratnasingam, Dr Dimitri Yellachich & Dr Chris Kennedy to our metro CPD evenings.