PROGRAMME

PROGRAMME 2018

Get ready for two jam-packed days of health tech goodness, from applied AI case studies, to announcements from the tech giants, to nitty-gritty coding workshops, and of course, passionate debate on ethics and AI4good in health.

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INTELLIGENT HEALTH 2018 PROGRAMME

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  • Wednesday 12th
  • 07:30 - 09:00
    REGISTRATION
  • 09:00 - 09:10
    WELCOME - IH OPENING Sarah Porter, CEO and Founder, InspiredMinds
    Novartis
    Babita Sharma, Television Presenter, BBC
    TBC

    A welcome from Sarah Porter, CEO and Founder of InspiredMinds and Babita Sharma, Television Presenter at the BBC

    • Sarah Porter, CEO and Founder, InspiredMinds

    • Novartis

    • Babita Sharma, Television Presenter, BBC

      Babita Sharma is a BBC News presenter, regularly seen on the BBC News Channel, BBC World News, and presenting the show Newsday. Babita has presented the finance programme Your Money, and fronts business reports for BBC News. She has also covered economic and political stories from around the world.

  • 09:10 - 09:35
    HEADLINER - The future of healthcare - where can technology and AI take us?
  • 09:35 - 10:00
    HEADLINER - Deep learning for health – what’s still missing? Gary Marcus, Professor of Psychology and Neural Science, New York University TBC

    Deep learning for health – what’s still missing?

    • Gary Marcus, Professor of Psychology and Neural Science, New York University

      Gary Marcus, scientist, bestselling author, entrepreneur, and AI contrarian, was CEO and Founder of the machine learning startup Geometric Intelligence, recently acquired by Uber. As a Professor of Psychology and Neural Science at NYU, he has published extensively in fields ranging from human and animal behavior to neuroscience, genetics, and artificial intelligence, often in leading journals such as Science and Nature. He is launching a startup focusing on artificial general intelligence focusing on healthcare.

  • 10:00 - 10:25
    HEADLINER - AI - the future of medicine Bertrand Bodson, Chief Digital Officer, Novartis
    • Bertrand Bodson, Chief Digital Officer, Novartis

      Bertrand Bodson has been Chief Digital Officer of Novartis since January 1, 2018. He is a member of the Executive Committee of Novartis. From 2013 to 2017, Mr. Bodson served as chief digital and marketing officer of Sainsbury's Argos, where he led Argos’ successful transformation from a traditional catalogue business to the third-largest online retailer in the United Kingdom. Prior to that, he was executive vice president of the global digital business at EMI Music from 2010 to 2013. He co-founded Bragster.com, a social networking and content sharing website, and has also held senior roles at Amazon.

  • 10:25 - 10:50
    HEADLINER
  • 10:50 - 11:30
    REFRESHMENTS & NETWORKING
  • 11:55 - 12:20
    HEADLINER - Saving lives with advanced analytics, machine learning and data driven thinking in hospitals José Pedro Almeida, Director of Big Data Analytics & Machine Learning, São João Hospital Centre
    • José Pedro Almeida, Director of Big Data Analytics & Machine Learning, São João Hospital Centre

      He is the Director of Big Data Analytics & Data Science of São João Hospital Center (CHSJ), the #1 public hospital center in Portugal (1100 beds, 5600 employees, 350 million euro budget/year). He has envisioned and implemented a revolutionary ' Big Data & Analytics Platform’ named 'HVITAL' that analyses 300 million patient records/day that automatically identifies and promptly alert to patients at risk in critical areas such as: clinical deterioration risk, infection control and antibiotic stewardship. This automated system is able to help anticipating 30% of the Intensive Care Units (ICU) entries up to 7 days before they occur, representing more than 1 million euros/year in savings. This platform works 24/7, independently from any physiological stressor or human bias, correlating more than 560 billion data points to find actionable insights and patterns that help doctors to better treat patients. From 2012 to 2016 HVITAL platform has also helped to reduce the infection rate of this hospital in 31%, representing more than 10 million euros in cost-savings. This Big Data Platform is by far the most advanced in Europe and makes it one of the most advanced solutions in the World regarding the practice of Data Driven Medicine inside Hospitals.

  • 12:20 - 13:00
    PANEL DISCUSSION - View from the ground - where are the opportunities to improve clinical practice and augment the healthcare professional? Dr. Indra Joshi, Clinical Lead - Digital Experience, Digital Urgent & Emergency Care, NHS England
    Dr. Navin Ramachandran, Radiology Consultant, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
    Dr. Bart Geerts, Consultant Cardiac Anaesthetist, AMC & Founder, Healthplus.ai
    Dr. Stephanie Kuku, Senior Surgical Fellow – Oncology/Women’s Health, The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust
    Moderator: Patrice Matchaba, Global Head of Corporate Responsibility, Novartis

    Perspective from boots on the ground – clinical professionals who have been using AI based products share their views.

    • Dr. Indra Joshi, Clinical Lead - Digital Experience, Digital Urgent & Emergency Care, NHS England

      Dr Indra Joshi is clinical lead for NHS England’s digital experience programme. She has an overarching knowledge of the national patient-facing digital initiatives within the NHS with a focus on real world evidence, data and digital health tools standards. Indra has a unique portfolio with experience stretching across policy, governance, digital health and marketing, national project strategy and implementation; whilst remaining true to her professional training in emergency medicine. She is the Clinical Director of One HealthTech, a network which champions and supports underrepresented groups in health innovation, particularly women, to be the future leaders in healthcare. Indra, a mother-of-two, is also a Vice Chair for the British Computer Society (Health), an international speaker and consultant on digital health, an expedition medic.

    • Dr. Navin Ramachandran, Radiology Consultant, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

      Dr. Navin Ramachandran is a practising radiology consultant at University College London Hospital, an honorary senior lecturer / healthcare data researcher at University College London Centre for Health Informatics & Multiprofessional Education and a co-founder of OpenCancer and the Platform for Enhanced Analytics and Computational Healthcare (PEACH).His main interests are in digital design, data modelling, interoperability, analytics, identity and consent management and he is also looking into the use of traditional blockchain in healthcare.

    • Dr. Bart Geerts, Consultant Cardiac Anaesthetist, AMC & Founder, Healthplus.ai

      Bart is the founder and CEO of Amsterdam startup Healthplus.ai with tools to predict depression relapse through mobile app use, readmissions for chronic heart failure for cardiologists via home monitoring, 3D bone segmentation for orthopaedic and trauma surgeons and in-hospital infections. He is an active physician and has over ten years of clinical experience as an anaesthetist, intensivist and clinical pharmacologist in the Netherlands and UK. He has managed a research group of more than ten scientists with a focus on medical technology and big data. Bart has years in Pharma and AI. He has worked on several innovation projects in hospital consortia regarding digital health. He has studied medicine (MD), biomedical sciences (MSc), intensive care medicine (PhD), and global business (MBA at IE University).

    • Dr. Stephanie Kuku, Senior Surgical Fellow – Oncology/Women’s Health, The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust

      Stephanie is passionate about improving healthcare outcomes by driving change through technological innovation, Digital Health, Predictive Analytics, Big Data Insights... She is a well known Cancer Surgeon in the world now implementing innovation and tech at the Royal Marsden and has been approached by HCA Hospital (owns 80% of private hospitals in England) to run an innovation and leadership MBA for them .

    • Moderator: Patrice Matchaba, Global Head of Corporate Responsibility, Novartis

  • 13:00 - 14:00
    LUNCH & NETWORKING
  • STREAM 1A: AI IN R&D, CLINICAL TRIAL RESEARCH AND DRUG DISCOVERIES Babita Sharma, Television Presenter, BBC
    • 14:00 - 14:20
      TECH TALK - How to use AI methods to predict properties of potential drugs and their effects on hundreds of diseases Chris Gibson, Co-Founder and CEO, Recursion Pharma
      • Chris Gibson, Co-Founder and CEO, Recursion Pharma

    • 14:20 - 14:40
      CASE STUDY - How to tackle drug non-compliance using AI
    • 14:40 - 15:00
      TECH TALK - Using speech recognition to quantify vocalytics of patients with cognitive disorders to understand their disease state and trajectory and improve clinical trial efficiency. Jenny Barnett, Chief Scientific Officer, Cambridge Cognition
      • Jenny Barnett, Chief Scientific Officer, Cambridge Cognition

    • 15:00 - 16:05
      STREAM 1B: AI IN KEEPING WELL AND PREVENTATIVE CARE Babita Sharma, Television Presenter, BBC
      • Babita Sharma, Television Presenter, BBC

        Babita Sharma is a BBC News presenter, regularly seen on the BBC News Channel, BBC World News, and presenting the show Newsday. Babita has presented the finance programme Your Money, and fronts business reports for BBC News. She has also covered economic and political stories from around the world.

    • 15:00 - 15:20
      TECH TALK - AI in preventative care - using project Baseline to understand the indicators of 'wellness'
    • 15:20 - 15:25
      STARTUP STORY: KnowYourMeds Kim Shah, CEO, KnowYourMeds
      • Kim Shah, CEO, KnowYourMeds

        KnowYourMeds was created with the belief that an informed patient is a healthier patient - warning patients about the side effects of their prescription medications. Through KnowYourMeds’ advanced, patented digital technology, the app can guide and track a patient’s medications in order to provide personalized advice about the potential interactions between medications, diet and lifestyle, as well as provide answers to any potential questions the patient may have about their medications. Kim is joining us as a sponsor to give a 5 minute startup presentation about themselves and how they use AI to achieve this.

    • 15:25 - 15:45
      CASE STUDY - Deep Patient - an unsupervised representation to predict the future of patients from their electronic health records Riccardo Miotto, Head of Data Science, Icahn School of Medicine, Mount Sinai
      • Riccardo Miotto, Head of Data Science, Icahn School of Medicine, Mount Sinai

    • 15:45 - 16:05
      TECH TALK - How we use an AI based mobile health solution to provide warnings of poor heart health and identify other early health problems
  • STREAM 2A: AI IN DECISION SUPPORT, TREATMENT AND DISEASE MANAGEMENT
    • 14:00 - 14:20
      CASE STUDY - AI in decision making - bringing AI into radiology reporting to improve patient outcomes
    • 14:20 - 14:40
      TECH TALK - Using cloud computing and machine learning to target interventions in healthcare
    • 14:40 - 15:00
      TECH TALK - Using patient data and advanced analytics to gain insights into the likely outcomes of breast cancer treatment
    • 15:00 - 16:05
      STREAM 2B: AI IN EARLY DETECTION AND DIAGNOSTICS Maxine MacKintosh, Co-Founder, One HealthTech
      • Maxine MacKintosh, Co-Founder, One HealthTech

        Maxine Mackintosh is the co-founder of One HealthTech – a community which champions and supports underrepresented groups in health innovation, particularly women, to be the future leaders in healthcare. She does this alongside a data science PhD in London where she is mining medical records for new predictors of dementia. Her professional work has led her to the Royal Society, Roche, L’Oreal, Department for International Development, and NHS England. She is part of a number of communities and committees including the World Economic Forum’s Global Shapers, the British Computer Society and the Digital Health Forum. Maxine will moderate our stream on AI in mental health.

    • 15:00 - 15:20
      CASE STUDY - Developing and algorithm that can look at retinal images and detect diabetic retinopathy
    • 15:20 - 15:25
      STARTUP STORY: Balzano Rene Balzano, CEO, Balzano
      • Rene Balzano, CEO, Balzano

        Balzano develops Software that leverages Artificial Intelligence, enabling Digital Transformation to improve business success - having worked in the field of healthcare, Rene will be sharing the Balzano story as a 5 minute startup presentation.

    • 15:25 - 15:45
      TECH TALK - AI powered digital pathology - turning pixels into patterns and insights that will change the way humans look at cancer
    • 15:45 - 16:05
      CASE STUDY - Pupil Screen - using a smartphone's camera and machine learning to determine a concussion
  • STREAM 3: AI UNDER THE HOOD: WORKSHOPS
    • 14:00 - 15:00
      WORKSHOP 1

      The data challenge in healthcare – how best to collect, store and analyse data in aggregate.

    • 15:00 - 16:05
      WORKSHOP 2

      Novartis workshop

  • 16:05 - 16:35
    REFRESHMENTS & NETWORKING
  • 16:35 - 18:15
    AFTERNOON PLENARY: ETHICS IN THE AGE OF AI IN HEALTHCARE
  • 16:35 - 17:00
    HEADLINER - How should we define new digital ethics which includes the benefits of technology for society and the economy whilst reinforcing the rights and freedoms of individuals. Professor Luciano Floridi, Professor of Philosophy and Ethics of Information, University of Oxford and Director, Digital Ethics Lab
    • Professor Luciano Floridi, Professor of Philosophy and Ethics of Information, University of Oxford and Director, Digital Ethics Lab

      Floridi is deeply engaged with emerging policy initiatives on the socio-ethical value and implications of digital technologies and their applications. And he has worked closely on digital ethics (including the ethics of algorithms and AI) with the European Commission, the German Ethics Council, and, in the UK, with the House of Lords, the Cabinet Office, and the Information Commissioner’s Office, as well as with multinational corporations (e.g. Cisco, Google, IBM, Microsoft, and Tencent). Currently, he is a Member of the EU’s Ethics Advisory Group on Ethical Dimensions of Data Protection, of the Royal Society and British Academy Working Group on Data Policy, of Google Advisory Board on “the right to be forgotten”, of the Advisory Board of Tencent’s Internet and Society Institute, and of NEXA’ Board of Trustees. He is the Chairman of the Ethics Advisory Board of the European Medical Information Framework (a €56 million EU project on medical informatics).

  • 17:00 - 17:25
    HEADLINER PANEL DISCUSSION - Healthcare ethics in the AI revolution Prof. Effy Vayena, Professor, Institute of Translational Medicine
    Dr. Farzana Rahman, Consultant Radiologist UCLH and Clinical Advisor, Data and Digital Strategy Lead, NHS Digital and The Academy of Medical Royal Colleges
    Eleonore Pauwels, Director of the Anticipatory Intelligence Lab, Wilson Center
    Alessandro Curioni, IBM Fellow, Vice President Europe and Director, IBM Research

    – Protection: How can human subjects and their data be protected
    – Responsibility: Who or what is responsible if things go wrong?
    – Liability: How do you measure the acceptable level of responsibility and liability for the players in AI?

    • Prof. Effy Vayena, Professor, Institute of Translational Medicine

      The Health Ethics and Policy Lab focuses on ethical and policy challenges in precision medicine and digital health. The advances in genomics, omics and data intensive research, have brought medicine and healthcare to an inflection point. Such progress holds great promise for improving individual and population health, while also presenting unprecedented ethical and regulatory challenges in areas such as privacy, individual freedom and risk policy. In order to harness the full potential of those novel approaches in health care, robust ethical policies are needed to resolve novel and pressing issues. At the lab, we identify and tackle the key ethical, legal and societal implications (ELSI) of precision medicine and digital health. The complexity of these questions calls for an interdisciplinary approach to research in bioethics and health policy, which is why, our team has expertise in philosophy, social science, clinical medicine, public health, data science, health policy, law.

    • Dr. Farzana Rahman, Consultant Radiologist UCLH and Clinical Advisor, Data and Digital Strategy Lead, NHS Digital and The Academy of Medical Royal Colleges

      Dr Farzana Rahman splits her time as a Consultant Radiologist at University College London Hospital and Clinical Advisor at NHS Digital. She is also the lead for Digital Strategy at the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges - specifically looking at the impact of AI and leading on these projects.

    • Eleonore Pauwels, Director of the Anticipatory Intelligence Lab, Wilson Center

      Eleonore Pauwels is the director of the Anticipatory Intelligence Lab at the Wilson Center’s Science and Technology Innovation Program. She specializes in the governance and democratization of converging technologies, analyzing and compares how transformative technologies, such as artificial intelligence and genome-editing, raise new opportunities and challenges for health, security, economics, and governance in different geopolitical contexts. Pauwels regularly testifies before U.S. and European authorities, including the U.S. Department of State, NAS, NIH, NCI, FDA, the National Intelligence Council, the European Commission, and the UN.

    • Alessandro Curioni, IBM Fellow, Vice President Europe and Director, IBM Research

  • 17:25 - 17:50
    HEADLINER - What do we need to build explainable AI systems - what are the new ways of visualising the behaviour of deep-learning networks to facilitate transparency and trust?
  • 17:50 - 18:15
    HEADLINER - GDPR and data protection - how do we protect patient confidentiality and security in the age of AI?
  • 18:15 - 19:00
    CLOSE OF SUMMIT DAY ONE
  • 19:00 - 20:00
    XPRIZE CANCER CHALLENGE Amir Banifatemi, AI Lead, XPRIZE
    • Amir Banifatemi, AI Lead, XPRIZE

      Amir Banifatemi has more than 25 years of experience in development and growth of emerging and transformative technologies. At XPRIZE he is the Prize Lead of the IBM Watson AI XPRIZE and has launched the Cancer XPRIZE goal. The winning Cancer XPRIZE team will develop scalable and culturally sensitive solutions to rapidly, accurately, and affordably screen for early cancers where intervention can reduce human suffering - a part of this launch will be at Intelligent Health this year.

  • 20:00 - 22:00
    AI AFTER-PARTY
  • Thursday 13th
  • 08:00 - 09:00
    REGISTRATION
  • 09:00 - 10:35
    MORNING PLENARY: AI IN GLOBAL HEALTH, DEVELOPING ECONOMY HEALTH AND FOR MONITORING HEALTH EPIDEMICS
  • 09:00 - 09:10
    WELCOME Babita Sharma, Television Presenter, BBC
    • Babita Sharma, Television Presenter, BBC

      Babita Sharma is a BBC News presenter, regularly seen on the BBC News Channel, BBC World News, and presenting the show Newsday. Babita has presented the finance programme Your Money, and fronts business reports for BBC News. She has also covered economic and political stories from around the world.

  • 09:10 - 09:35
    HEADLINER - Technology data analysis and AI for outbreak preparedness and response Dr. Oliver Morgan, Director of Health Emergency and Risk Assessment - WHO Health
    • Dr. Oliver Morgan, Director of Health Emergency and Risk Assessment - WHO Health

  • 09:35 - 10:00
    HEADLINER
  • 10:00 - 10:35
    PANEL DISCUSSION - Using big data and machine learning models to understand developing economy health, humanitarian aid and how epidemics spread. Dr. Shantanu Nundy, Director, Human Diagnosis Project
    Ting Shih, CEO & Founder, ClickMedix
    Dr. Ian Norton, Project Lead - Emergency Medical Teams, World Health Organization
    Clara Palau, Technology Team Lead, UNICEF
    Moderator: Joel Myhre, Humanitarian Technology Innovator
    African Alliance of Digital Health Networks

    Panel Moderator: Joel Myhre, Humanitarian Technology Innovator, Ada-AI

    • Dr. Shantanu Nundy, Director, Human Diagnosis Project

      Dr. Shantanu Nundy is the Director of the Human Diagnosis Project nonprofit. He also practices primary care at Mary's Center, a federally qualified health center for low-income and uninsured individuals in Washington, D.C., and is a lecturer in health policy. 

Dr. Nundy’s career spans medicine, global health, academia and technology. Previously, he founded a medical clinic in rural India and served as a consultant to the World Health Organization on patient safety, the Results for Development Institute on noncommunicable diseases, and SNEHA, a women’s and children’s health non-governmental organization in Mumbai, India. He has field experience working with the United Nations Development Programme in Ruhiira, Uganda; the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Lima, Peru; and multiple non-governmental organizations across India. Dr. Nundy has conducted research at Harvard Medical School, Johns Hopkins and the University of Chicago and has published research on connected health, health informatics, and health disparities in Health Affairs, JAMA Internal Medicine, and the Journal of Medical Internet Research. Prior to Human Dx, Dr. Nundy cofounded SMS-DMCare, a mobile messaging system for low-income patients with chronic disease, which was adopted by the WHO eHealth Compendium in 2013, and led clinical innovation at Evolent Health, a population health management organization.

Dr. Nundy received his Bachelor of Science from MIT, his Doctor of Medicine with Alpha Omega Alpha distinction from Johns Hopkins, and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Chicago. He trained in internal medicine at the University of Chicago Medical Center, where he also completed an Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality research fellowship in health disparities. His book on preventive medicine, “Stay Healthy at Every Age: What Your Doctor Wants You to Know,” was chosen as one of the top five health books of 2010 by Wall Street Journal Online.

    • Ting Shih, CEO & Founder, ClickMedix

      ClickMedix is a global mobile health (mHealth) social enterprise founded by faculty and students from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Carnegie Mellon University to increase capacity of physicians and health organizations to serve more patients. By enabling existing medical experts to serve more patients, they can address the following global healthcare challenges: - Lack of access: Patients cannot easily reach doctors. - Lack of funds: Patients cannot afford the high cost of healthcare, and governments/NGOs are unable to subsidize under-served populations entirely -Lack of medical resources: Most countries face severe shortages of trained healthcare professionals, especially medical specialists They bring affordable and quality health services to under-served patients, by enabling health organizations to reach more patients through mobile phone/tablet facilitated remote diagnosis using AI as well as remote training and supervision of their staff assistants, nurses, and health workers.

    • Dr. Ian Norton, Project Lead - Emergency Medical Teams, World Health Organization

      Dr. Norton is an Emergency Physician with post graduate qualifications in International Health, Tropical Medicine and Surgery and works for the World Health Organization HQ in Geneva heading the new Emergency Medical Team Unit. He is the lead author of the WHO Global classification and standards for Foreign Medical Team (FMT) deployment to sudden onset disasters which led to his appointment to the WHO leading the development of a global registry of EMTs and the increasing role of WHO in their quality assurance and coordination. He will share his perspective on WHO is using big data and machine learning models to understand developing economy health, humanitarian aid and how epidemics spread.

    • Clara Palau, Technology Team Lead, UNICEF

      Clara Palau leads the technology team at UNICEF’s Office of Innovation, a group focused on using data cience and artificial intelligence to support humanitarian and development programmes for the most vulnerable children, by enabling partnerships through private sector, academia and public organisations. She works on combining data science and real-time data to develop new tools empowering UNICEF for a faster and more effective response in health emergencies and will share how UNICEF is using big data and machine learning models to understand developing economy health, humanitarian aid and how epidemics spread.

    • Moderator: Joel Myhre, Humanitarian Technology Innovator

      Furthering the all-hazards art of the possible via Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Joel has a passion for working in the space of saving lives via humanitarian innovation.

    • African Alliance of Digital Health Networks

  • 10:35 - 11:15
    REFRESHMENTS & NETWORKING
  • STREAM 1: AI IN GENOMICS AND PRECISION/PERSONALISED MEDICINE Babita Sharma, Television Presenter, BBC
    • 11:15 - 11:35
      CASE STUDY - Decoding the immune system to improve the diagnosis of disease
    • 11:35 - 11:55
      TECH TALK - How can advances in vital signs monitoring technology combine with AI provide a continuous stream of analysed data to the medical professional? Dr Adrian Attard Trevisan, Co-Founder and CEO, Umana Medical Technologies
      • Dr Adrian Attard Trevisan, Co-Founder and CEO, Umana Medical Technologies

    • 11:55 - 12:15
      TECH TALK - Using AI to make sense of the human genome - deciphering the molecular profile of a person's cancer to find more suitable and personalised treatment options
    • 12:15 - 12:35
      CASE STUDY - Project MURAB: Using AI to take more precise and effective biopsies in order to diagnose cancer Professor Stefano Stramigioli, Project Leader- MURAB, University of Twente
      • Professor Stefano Stramigioli, Project Leader- MURAB, University of Twente

  • STREAM 2: AI IN CHILD HEALTH Stefan Germann, CEO, Fondation Botnar
    • 11:15 - 11:35
      TECH TALK - Using AI to change the lives of children with rare diseases with smart phenotyping
    • 11:35 - 11:55
      TECH TALK - Using AI to identify early stages of autism in infants
    • 11:55 - 12:35
      PANEL DISCUSSION - AI, adolescents and universal health coverage Stefan Germann, CEO, Fondation Botnar
      • Stefan Germann, CEO, Fondation Botnar

        Stefan Germann, CEO Fondation Botnar a large foundation in Basel Switzerland focusing on child health, nutrition and education. Stefan is tasked as first CEO to set up the management office and lead the foundation in the next stage of it's development.

  • STREAM 3: AI UNDER THE HOOD: WORKSHOPS
    • 11:15 - 12:35
      WORKSHOP 3

      (1hr 20mins)

  • 12:35 - 13:35
    LUNCH & NETWORKING
  • STREAM 1: AI IN GENOMICS AND PRECISION/PERSONALISED MEDICINE Babita Sharma, Television Presenter, BBC
    • 13:35 - 13:55
      CASE STUDY - Using AI to fuel smarter prosthetics - hands that see
    • 13:55 - 14:15
      CASE STUDY - Using an algorithm to calibrate an exoskeleton to best assist its user
    • 14:15 - 14:35
      CASE STUDY - Disrupting healthcare through robotics
  • STREAM 2: AI IN MENTAL HEALTH
    • 13:35 - 13:55
      TECH TALK - Digital phenotypes - correlating keyboard use patterns to help identify measures of emotion, cognition and behaviour
    • 13:55 - 14:15
      CASE STUDY - Commercialising speech based detection of cognitive impairments
    • 14:15 - 14:35
      TECH TALK - Using AI to learn to predict and prevent suicide
  • STREAM 3: AI UNDER THE HOOD: WORKSHOPS
    • 13:35 - 14:35
      WORKSHOP 4

      (1hr 20mins)

  • 14:35 - 15:10
    REFRESHMENTS & NETWORKING
  • 14:35 - 16:35
    AFTERNOON PLENARY: FUTURE GAZING
  • 15:10 - 15:45
    CLOSING PANEL DISCUSSION - How will AI reshape the future of life and health insurance? Jay Olshansky, Co-Founder and Chief Science Officer, Lapetus
    Christian Wiens, Co-Founder and CEO, GetSafe
    • Jay Olshansky, Co-Founder and Chief Science Officer, Lapetus

      Lapetus, a US-based start-up can scan the picture of a person and by analysing thousands of different regions of the face, looking not just for basic information such as gender but for clues about how quickly the person is ageing, their body mass index and whether they smoke - can predict life expectancy. Armed with this and other information from customers, the computers come up with what Lapetus says is a far more accurate prediction of life expectancy than traditional methods can provide. And the whole process takes only a few minutes. Jay will share his views on how they do this - and how the advance of technology and the potential for artificial intelligence to revolutionise the way this information can be used my the insurance industry.

    • Christian Wiens, Co-Founder and CEO, GetSafe

  • 15:45 - 16:10
    CLOSING HEADLINER - Enhanced humans - brain computer interfacing and AI
  • 16:10 - 16:35
    CLOSING HEADLINER - Removing the conceptual and social divide between man and machine
  • 16:35 - 16:35
    CLOSE OF INTELLIGENT HEALTH