Artificial intelligence can revolutionize healthcare. It can help doctors detect diseases at an early stage, individualize treatment for patients, and free up more time for patients in hospitals and doctors' offices. The prerequisite for this, however, is highly sensitive data about our health. And this is where the biggest challenges lie: How can we collect and store data securely and transparently? And who can use it? Experts warn that in the end, the companies that have hoarded the most data will dominate the healthcare market, and not all researchers will be able to access their knowledge.
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A serial entrepreneur, Simon founded two technology companies in Berlin. He then found his true passion in healthcare helping build Germany’s most innovative implantology clinic group. Simon studied at the London School of Economics, Humboldt Universität Berlin, and got a Masters at the New School for Social Research in New York. He has three kids, and his wife is - surprisingly - a doctor.
Rocío Acuña-Hidalgo is a medical doctor, scientist and entrepreneur passionate about using technology to transform patient care and promote patient advocacy. As the co-founder and CTO of Nostos Genomics, Rocío is on a mission to leverage genomics data and artificial intelligence to improve diagnostics and medical care for over 300M people around the world living with a genetic disorder.
Bart de witte is one of Europe's leading and awarded experts on the digital transformation of healthcare. He is the initiator of the HIPPO AI Foundation NGO in Berlin, which aims to make artificial intelligence in medicine a common good. With his mission to use technology for the greater good, Bart has been on a mission to harness the power of artificial intelligence to help to solve current and future inequalities in healthcare.