Executive Director of Medical AI Labs, Tencent, Dr. Wei Fan shares his thoughts on AI in healthcare. Look out for his keynote speech at IHUK20: Building the next generation of smart health services - Tencent's digital therapeutics platform for chronic diseases.
With the London premiere of Intelligent Health edging closer, we interviewed the UK Research Lead at Google Health, Dr Alan Karthikesalingam, about his thoughts on healthcare innovation ahead of his headline talk: Overcoming challenges to bring digital transformation to healthcare - a physician’s perspective.
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After practicing medicine for over 30 years, being a 62 year old “disruptor” is as exciting as it is frustrating. Curiosity about emerging technologies exposed me to many “solutions” while 3 decades of patient interactions presented many problems which could be solved “if I could only get…..”. Today’s technologies frequently offer answers only visible to those posing the right questions. Being 62 one develops a long list of questions.
London, December 13th 2019
The Intelligent Health AI global summit series, in partnership with NHSX, will bring the AI and health community to the ExCeL London next February to advance discussions on how to apply AI and drive technological collaboration in healthcare.
Intelligent Health UK, in partnership with NHSX, will bring the global AI and health community to the ExCeL London for a one-day event to advance discussions on how to apply AI and drive technological collaboration in healthcare.
Where can big tech companies make the biggest impact on healthcare?
That’s what Dr. Toby Cosgrove, Executive Advisor to Google Cloud and Former President & CEO of the Cleveland Clinic will be answering at Intelligent Health 2019 in Switzerland this September.
Cosgrove, who currently serves as an Executive Adviser to the Cleveland Clinic, is helping Google Cloud to achieve what is known in healthcare circles as the ‘quadruple aim’, an effort to improve patient experience, boost population health and reduce the cost of healthcare while also creating a better work experience for clinicians and staff.
Healthcare is an industry that raises the highest hopes regarding the potential benefits of Artificial Intelligence (AI). Physicians and medical researchers will not become programmers or data scientists overnight, nor will they be replaced by them, but they will need an understanding of what AI actually is and how it works. Similarly, data scientists will need to collaborate closely with doctors to focus on relevant medical questions and understand patients behind the data.