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By registering, you agree for us to contact you from time to time about the Foresight project, including news, launches and events that we think might be of interest to you. We commit to minimising contacting and you can unsubscribe at any time.

Please use the web form to register your interest.

 

Alternatively, you can also register your interest by post:

Postal Address

Action Against Age-related Macular Degeneration

RE: Foresight Project

3 Queen Square

London - UK, WC1N 3AR

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How can AI revolutionise eye health?

Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is a disease that develops over a long time. With regular eye examination data from those who have not yet reached the referral threshold, it’s hoped that researchers will be able to discover new, earlier warning signs. Using artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms to analyse the data, scientists aim to understand whether certain people may be at a higher risk of AMD manifesting or progressing. The data will help design new treatments to slow progression, or halt it altogether.

Will my data be secure?

The combined data will be anonymised and only vetted projects and scientists from multiple disciplines will be able to securely analyse this data, using a variety of techniques including AI.

How can your data help the NHS?

The Foresight project is due to be rolled out this summer and it is aiming to involve half a million participants from around the UK. It will be open to everyone, whether you have a macular condition or not. The more people we can get involved, the faster we can find a cure for macular disease (and in fact many others, too!) so please do tell your friends and family.

Learn more

Watch AAAMD CEO Dr Wen Hwa Lee’s full webinar (hosted by the Macular Society) on how artificial intelligence could transform eye care below 

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