Do you have an AI-inspired idea that could make a real difference in medicine and healthcare?
We want to hear from you!

Returning for 2024, Ai-Med’s popular abstract competition is now open to submissions.

This isn't your typical scientific abstract competition. We're seeking groundbreaking ideas that harness the power of AI to tackle real-world healthcare challenges. Join us to showcase your creative solutions to a panel of esteemed judges and an engaged audience. No research or data is required – just bring your innovative spirit and a passion for improving healthcare.
The competition is open to all, whether you are a young scientist, medical trainee, solution provider, tech company, seasoned clinician, or anything in-between.


The competition is open to all 
The poster should comprise of either:

Option 1
A  traditional abstract format
Background/problem, methods, results and conclusion

Option 2
A simplified abstract format
Background/problem and solution. This can be based on an idea with no patient data

The below relates to option one and two. 

•    Abstracts should consist of a maximum of 300 words. It is optional to submit a 3 minute video as well as the written application
•    Those wishing to apply will be required to submit an abstract to  by February 16, 2024
•    Successful submissions will be contacted by March 8, 2024 and asked to provide a full poster regarding the work described in the abstract that will be displayed throughout the Ai-Med Global Summit
•    The shortlisted abstracts must be prepared to attend the Ai-Med Global Summit in Orlando, Florida on 30-31 May to present their posters, and the overall winner should be prepared to give a 10 minute, on stage presentation, on 31 May 2024. All submissions will be informed before attending whether they are shortlisted or the overall winner. 
•    All accepted submissions will be eligible for a 10% discount to attend the Ai-Med Global Summit. For further information about the Summit, click here. 
All applicants should be with their posters to meet the judges during a time to be specified on 30 May 2024


Submission deadline
February 16, 2024

Shortlist announcement
March 8, 2024

Judging, in Orlando
May 30, 2024

Presentation on stage for winner (Orlando)
May 31, 2024


•    The winners of each category will be announced during the Industry Awards evening (ticket required) on 30 May, 2024. The overall winner will be informed before this date, and will have the opportunity to present their poster during a 10 minute presentation slot on the keynote stage on the morning of 31 May
•    All posters submitted are also considered by the editorial teams of the Elsevier journals to see if they offer scope for publication in the Intelligence Based Medicine journal. This could be as a written or graphical abstract (
•    All category winners will receive a certificate and will be recognized on the Ai-Med website and social media platforms 


Please pay close attention to the submissions criteria below. As judges have many abstracts to read and rank, those that do not conform to the state criteria will be excluded:

  • Submissions must be received in correctly written English with concise and clear wording
  • Applicants may only submit one poster to the competition
  • We would be pleased to know that the poster has been used or will be used in another venue, and we encourage the participant to prepare the poster so that it can be used elsewhere, rather than simply for this competition
  • Each participant's entire poster display, including all panels and materials, must fit a rectangular display board that is constructed to be 36 inches tall and 84 inches wide. A poster number will be assigned to each abstract and will correspond with a board at the summit
  • The poster material can be mounted on these display boards using thumbtacks, which the participant should bring along with the poster materials. 
  • The participant is responsible for bringing the poster with them to the summit, for making sure that the poster display fits on the display board, and for attaching the individual elements to the display board according to our instructions and for removing the poster at the end of the summit on 31 May. Any posters that are not removed will be disposed of 
  • Ai-Med cannot be responsible for protection of the posters and poster materials during the competition or afterward. Any valuable materials or equipment should be monitored by the participant, who must accept responsibility for them



  • Best high school student (if applicable)
  • Best undergraduate
  • Best graduate student
  • Best practitioner 

All abstracts will be evaluated by our judging panel of experts working in different clinical domains

  • Anthony Chang, MD, MBA, MPH, MS, Founder, AIMed and Chief Intelligence and Innovation Officer, Children’s Health of Orange County (CHOC)
  • Robert (Bob) Hoyt MD, Associate Clinical Professor, Department of Internal Medicine, Virginia Commonwealth University and CAPT (Ret) US Navy
  • Flora Wan, Technical Education Specialist, Vector Institute for Artificial Intelligence
  • Carlo Combi, Editor in Chief, Artificial Intelligence in Medicine (Artificial Intelligence in Medicine | Journal | by Elsevier), An Elsevier Journal
  • Shelley Rusincovitch, Managing Director, Duke AI Health

Our panel of judges will score the abstract submissions based on content quality and topic relevance. 

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“We are ecstatic to be part of AIMed”, said Third Eye Founder and CEO Samyakh Tukra. “For a budding new startup like ours it is a perfect platform to get our story heard, network with people that can help us grow to achieve our mission for saving lives and to learn from other great startups.”