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Journalist James Vlahos, contributor to Wired and other magazines, describes Dadbot – an invention that turned an oral history recorded with his terminally ill father into a conversational chatbot that offers a sort of “digital afterlife.”
Dr. Sujay Kakarmath, digital health scientist at Partners HealthCare Pivot Labs, explains how the Boston organization is enabling collaboration between hospitals, health systems and other stakeholders such as big tech and pharma.
Machine learning is only a means to an end, helping organizations learn from data more quickly and intuitively, says Leonard D'Avolio, founder and CEO of Cyft.
Badrul Husain, CEO of Infolytx, explains how his company's natural language processing technology is helping with clinical trial cohorts, and discusses how AI is gaining real traction elsewhere across healthcare.
Northwell VP Sabina Zak and Conversa Health founder Philip Marshall on transforming how Northwell delivers standardized and personalized information to patients outside its facilities.
With the increasing volume and complexity of data in clinical situations, artificial intelligence can help support and guide care providers' decision-making processes, says Dimitri Fane, director of product management of TrakCare at InterSystems.
Joe Kvedar, vice president of Connected Health, Partners HealthCare, says that with an aging population outpacing the growth of a younger one, the need for effective automation and artificial intelligence in healthcare is more crucial than ever.
Joe Kvedar, vice president of Connected Health, Partners HealthCare, discusses ways providers can manage patients' need for the human touch in healthcare and his advice to CIOs and CTOs looking to bring more humanity to automated processes.
Bart Geerts, consultant and senior researcher of anesthesiology at Amsterdam UMC in the Netherlands says that his organization's board is now implementing an AI strategy that factors in governance, transparency and quality control.
Mapping current activities is an important first step, says Claus Duedal Pedersen, Head of International Department at Odense University Hospital, but a focus on clinical needs is key when implementing an effective AI strategy.