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AI and Digital Health 2019 London
February 26, 2019
Royal Society of MedicinerRecent Developments in AI and Digital Health 2019 – Artificial Intelligence (AI) is heralded as a disruptive technology that will revolutionize many industries including health and social care. But as AI systems get better at sorting data and making predictions, the role of this technology alongside existing healthcare professionals is unclear.
This event will feature academics, doctors, and entrepreneurs at the forefront of AI and healthcare. Attendees will have the opportunity to hear the latest updates from companies like DeepMind, Ada Health, and BenevolentAI.
Alongside exciting use-cases of AI in healthcare, the event will also explore the regulatory and ethical implications around implementing this technology into our health service, including a debate on the likely impact of AI in Primary Care.
As the promise of AI, neural networks and deep learning algorithms grows ever larger, it can be hard to keep up with the pace of technology. This event is for anyone with a desire to better understand where these innovations can provide tangible benefits, and how they might be implemented safely, ethically and effectively.
- The opportunities for AI in primary care
- The ethical and regulatory perspectives of AI in healthcare
- The use of AI in drug discovery
- The application of deep learning to breast cancer screening
- Jean Nehme – Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Digital Surgery
- Professor Geraint Rees – Dean, Faculty of Life Sciences, University College London
- Alan Karthikesalingham – Clinician Scientist, DeepMind
- Dr Hugh Harvey – Clinical Director, Kheiron Medical
- Dr Matt Fenech – AI Consultant, Future Advocacy
- Eleonora Harwich – Director of Research & Head of Digital and Tech Innovation, Reform
- Dr Ian Churcher – SVP of Drug Discovery, Benevolent AI
- Dr ShubsUpadhyay & Dr Adel Baluch – Clinical Leads, Ada Health
- Dr Keith Grimes – Clinical Innovation Director, Babylon Health
- Professor Martin Marshall – Professor of Healthcare Improvement, UCL department of primary care and population health
- Dr Hapreet Sood – NHS Digital Academy