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Plenary Session 5208

Controversies in Movement Disorders

Tuesday, October 1, 2024
10:30 - 11:30 | Ballroom AB

This session will discuss two current controversy topics; arguments for and against the role of Artificial Intelligence in Movement Disorders diagnosis, as well as the question of 'lumping or splitting' Parkinson's Disease Dementia and Dementia with Lewy Bodies.

Francisco Cardoso, Brazil
Christopher Goetz, USA


AI Will Replace Clinicians in the Diagnosis of Movement Disorders (YES)
E. Ray Dorsey, USA

AI Will Replace Clinicians in the Diagnosis of Movement Disorders (NO)
Abhimanyu Mahajan, USA

DLB and PDD: Same (YES)
Daniel Weintraub, USA

DLB and PDD: Same (NO)
Glenda Halliday, Australia

CSPC Liaisons:
Simon Lewis, Australia

Learning Objectives
At the conclusion of this session, participants should be better able to:

  1. Make an informed choice about the future role of AI in clinical practice
  2. Decide whether Parkinson's Disease Dementia and Dementia with Lewy Bodies are the same disease or not

Recommended Audience
Fellow / Resident / Student
Health Professional (non-physician)
Researcher / Basic Science

Education Level
Beginner / Foundational
Experienced / Intermediate
Expert / Advanced

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