About this event

  • Date and time Mon 24 Feb 2020 from 9:00am to 5:00pm
  • Location Royal Society of Medicine
  • Organised by Digital Health

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is heralded as a disruptive technology with the potential to revolutionise many industries including health and social care.

While AI has the potential to deliver significant health benefits, it is clear that there are some significant practical challenges, as well as ethical and regulatory concerns associated with the use of AI in healthcare. 

This conference will cut through the hype around AI. Delegates will have the opportunity to hear from both early-stage and established companies implementing AI technologies in novel domains. We will also explore some of the ethical considerations around how this technology can impact the experience of patients accessing established care pathways.  

Through multidisciplinary lectures and lively panel discussions, we will explore the latest developments in the application of AI technologies to healthcare.

We're thrilled to welcome a faculty of renowned speakers including:

  • Dr Liz O’Riordan, Breast Surgeon, Author, Motivational Speaker
  • Dr Letizia Gionfreda, Founder & CEO, Arthronica
  • Dr Jonathan O'Keeffe, Founder & CEO, Machine Medicine
  • Dr Neil Thompson, Chief Scientific Officer, Healx
  • Dr Rabia Khan, Chief of Translational Medicine, Sensyne Health
  • Aidan Peppin, Researcher, Ada Lovelace Institute
  • Prof Parashkev Nachev, Senior Clinical Research Associate, UCL Institute of Neurology
  • Dr Naomi Lee, Vice Chair, ITU/WHO Focus Group on Artificial Intelligence for Health
  • Dr Eddie Korot, Clinical Research Fellow, Moorfields Eye Hospital & Clinical Specialist at Google Health
  • Christian Guttmann, Global Head of Artificial Intelligence & Data Science, Tieto, Adjunct Associate Professor, UNSW and Adjunct Researcher, Karolinska Institute

There will be audience participation sessions throughout the day so you will have the opportunity to interact directly with presenters who will offer clarity and insights into the fast-moving world of AI in healthcare. Don't miss this fantastic opportunity to see prominent figures in the AI healthcare industry on the same stage and in an intimate setting. 

Attendees will:

  • Learn about the application of AI technologies to healthcare by both early-stage start-ups and established companies 
  • Understand concerns around patient safety and evolving regulation and governance structures that aim to protect patients and the public 
  • Appreciate the impact of novel technologies on established care pathways and understand how researchers, private companies and public institutions are collaborating to transform them  

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Tickets

Early bird pricing available until 24 January 2020.

Member

RSM Fellow RSM Associate RSM Retired Fellow RSM Trainee RSM Student
£95.00 £55.00 £55.00 £55.00 £30.00

Non - Member

Consultant / GP Non Healthcare Professional AHP / Nurse / Midwife Trainee Student
£150.00 £95.00 £75.00 £75.00 £45.00

Key speakers

Dr Liz O’Riordan

Breast Surgeon, Author, Motivational Speaker

Dr Rabia Khan

Chief of Translational Medicine, Sensyne Health

Professor Parashkev Nachev

Senior Clinical Research Associate, UCL Institute of Neurology

Christian Guttmann

Global Head of Artificial Intelligence & Data Science, Tieto, Adjunct Associate Professor, UNSW and Adjunct Researcher, Karolinska Institute

Location

Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole St, Marylebone, London, W1G 0AE, United Kingdom

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Student Policy Initiative: Preparing for digital transformation in healthcare

UK medical students are invited to contribute their perspectives to RSM's sixth review of undergraduate education, this year focusing on digital and technological transformation in medicine.

This is a unique and exciting opportunity for students to voice their opinion on issues that will affect their future clinical practice and to contribute to our report, which will then be published with all in attendance recognised as collaborators.

  • Location Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole St, Marylebone, London, W1G 0AE, United Kingdom
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