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WORKSHOP 1

Emerging use cases for AI in global health

Day 1: 14.00 – 15.30 Delhi Room

Join the Novartis Foundation and partners to explore how AI can transform individual care, health system performance, population care and even R&D in low- and middle-income (LMIC) countries.
Together, we will explore questions such as:

How can AI transform individual care in LMIC?

How can AI transform health system performance and processes in LMIC?

How can AI transform population care in LMIC?

What are the challenges and roadblocks that exist for AI in global health?

ANN AERTS
Head
Novartis Foundation

 

GEOFFREY SO
Head of Strategy & Global Health Policy
Novartis Foundation

 

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WORKSHOP 2

How Artificial Intelligence is reshaping the medical landscape in Canada

Day 1: 15.40 – 16.40 Delhi Room

Possessing North America’s first all-digital hospital and a Turing Award-winning AI ecosystem, this workshop will examine Canada’s pioneering intelligent healthcare sector. We will investigate topics such as how Canada is streamlining the drug discovery process. How AI can speed up the patient’s experience in the Emergency Room. We will also discuss how we are approaching serious questions around bias, accountability and security. Come join us and explore Canada’s enormous potential.

DR. ALEXANDRA GREENHILL
Founder, CEO and Chief Medical Officer
Careteam Technologies

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WORKSHOP 3

A New Way to Predict Epidemics: the EPI-BRAIN Initiative

Day 1: 16.35 – 18.00 MCH Room

The EPI-BRAIN Initiative is a global data ecosystem that supports data science innovation for outbreak preparedness and response. EPI-BRAIN will enable greater exchange of data, analytics, and methodologies between countries, researchers, non-governmental, and private sector entities. EPI-BRAIN will inform strategies and decision making for outbreak preparedness and response globally.
This workshop will engage participants in discussions on some of the core features of EPI-BRAIN:
A global data eco-system – promoting greater access to data analysis and insights for outbreaks preparedness and response
A curation of practical and impactful use cases – solving problems using improved data science
Global partnerships between countries, academia, non-governmental entities, and private sectors entities
Data governance covering sharing and use of data

DR. OLIVER MORGAN
Director of Health Emergency and Risk Assessment

World Health Organization

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Workshop 4

Data and AI commons for Health

Day 2: 11.40 – 15.20 Delhi Room

As we progress towards understanding how AI can be used to accelerate understanding and solving some of the world’s greatest healthcare problems, various efforts are ongoing globally to disseminate and scale our common knowledge in this space. The need for shared data and collective effort to build replicable AI models is growing.

There are now opportunities to evaluate how data trusts and AI models can be made available to benefit collaborative approaches that will benefit everyone.

The workshop will provide an opportunity to participate in the proposal of a framework for AI and Data stewardship in healthcare and help consolidate efforts towards reaching global goals in the healthcare agenda.

AMIR BANIFATEMI

General Manager – Innovation and Growth

XPRIZE

 

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Workshop 5

Artificial intelligence and digital health – an international platform to enable action

Day 2: 14.00 – 16.30 Kairo Room

During this 2 ½ hour consultation, convened by Ambassador Amandeep Singh Gill, Former Executive Director, UNSG High Level Panel on Digital Corporation, Fondation Botnar and the Novartis Foundation, we will come together to “ideate” on a number of key issues  –  defining key terms and goals for digital health; outlining the critical financial, human resource and technical challenges to the global spread of digital and AI enablers for health; distilling priorities for research and evaluation; and listing cross- border gaps in governance, benchmarks and standards which would need to be addressed urgently so that AI and data can be deployed safely and securely for health. The results of this consultation will feed into the development of a new international collaboration on AI and health.

Amandeep Gill, Project Lead, I-DAIR and Former Executive Director, UNSG High Level Panel on Digital Corporation, United Nations


Dr. Ann Aerts, Head, Novartis Foundation


Aline Cossy-Gantner, Chief Learning Officer, Fondation Botnar

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