Dental AI Council opens membership

The Dental AI Council opened membership Dec. 10, encouraging anyone who wishes to join to become a member of the nonprofit seeking to boost artificial intelligence's role in the dental industry.

The DAIC was established Sept. 29 by 15 members from dental practices, DSOs, insurers, laboratories, universities, equipment manufacturers and practice management software providers.

The council will offer members opportunities for content contribution, research and networking. Members will also receive a member-exclusive newsletter and have early access to DAIC research and events.

"In welcoming new members, we're creating an essential forum for exchange of insight and expertise," Steve Bilt, CEO of Smile Brands and DAIC founding member, said in a news release. "We need as many voices as possible both contributing to the conversation around AI and dentistry and speaking publicly and authoritatively about it. That's how we'll amplify AI's impact and ensure its efficacy."

The DAIC is offering discounted annual dues for students and dental practitioners, as well as corporate memberships that include individual membership for up to three employees, reduced event sponsorship rates and a listing on the council's website.

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