The World Medical Innovation Forum, hosted by Partners HealthCare, will run April 23-25 at the Westin Copley Plaza in Boston. The fourth annual event will focus on the advancements and opportunities of artificial intelligence, including the innovations driving future investment, research and patient care.
This year’s event will bring together industry-leading CEOs, Partners’ health information technology experts, investors and dealmakers as they share perspectives on how cognitive computation, machine learning and big data are having a transformative impact on patient care. International experts will be joined by attendees from the senior ranks of the information technology, life science, pharmaceutical, government and health care investment communities, as well as staff from the MGH, Partners, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Spaulding Hospital and McLean Hospital.
In addition to examining the cutting-edge issues in the field, the forum will feature presentations from emerging investigators called First Look, the Discovery Café and the “Disruptive Dozen” – 12 emerging technologies with the potential to revolutionize the selected field over the next decade.
To register, visit www.worldmedicalinnovation.org.
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