London, Wednesday 19th July 2023
Clinicians and AI technologists will come together on the 13th and 14th September 2023 in Basel, Switzerland, to advance discussions on how to apply AI in healthcare, drive forward technological collaboration and breakthroughs to revolutionise patient outcomes and set the roadmap to success for AI in healthcare.
Do you want to make a difference to the world? Are you passionate about making sure the benefits of AI in healthcare are distributed globally to create a pathway that is responsible and equitable? Then we need you!
Topics: Health Equity
Intelligent Health 2023 is just around the corner and the hype is real. If you haven't started planning for it, you're missing a beat! We're talking about the insanely BRILLIANT Intelligent Health Summit in Basel this September. Last year (and every year) we stage the most epic speakers. Here's a reminder....
There's only 3 months to go until the global AI and healthcare ecosystem gathers in Switzerland for THE ONLY large-scale, global summit that purely focuses on AI in healthcare, Intelligent Health (13-14 September, Basel) . What's happening this year?
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