AI Adoption in the Healthcare Sector
Wednesday, Sep 15, 2021
Insights from Research and Practice: How AI will shape the present and future of healthcare, improve diagnostics, help with prevention and change our lives for the better.
The adoption of AI in healthcare does not proceed as fast as desired. The reason may be found in strict regulations and complex business processes as the benefits of applying AI in the healthcare system are not well known by the respective stakeholders. Initiating faster adoption of AI in hospitals and healthcare institutions will give insurances and regulators a better understanding of the opportunities of AI in healthcare and ultimately will improve prevention for all patients.
This event is directed towards insurances, medical institutions, practitioners, start-ups and everybody who is interested in learning how AI will improve diagnostics and prevention.
- Georg van Husen, CEO and Co-Founder of tenac.io
- Thanos Rammos, Tech Lawyer and Partner at Taylor Wessing Germany
- Lynda Brown-Ganzert, Founder & CEO of Curatio.me
- Jan-Philipp Mohr, Founder at Darvis
- Dr. Schahin Tofangchi, Head of AI at DAK
Format: Virtual Panel Discussion
Platform: Zoom Webinar
Length: One hour
Date: Wednesday, September 15th, 10AM PT | 1PM ET | 7PM CET
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|Dr. Schahin Tofangchi
Head of AI at DAK
|Georg van Husen
CEO and Co-Founder of tenac.io
Tech Lawyer and Partner at Taylor Wessing Germany
Founder & CEO of Curatio.me
Founder at Darvis
This event is organized by
See a list of partner organizations of this initiative here.
The Transatlantic AI eXchange is a platform that aims at accelerating and expanding the global economic, social and academic leadership of the US and Germany in the human-machine economy.
Through webinars, workshops, conferences and one-to-one coachings, the Transatlantic AI eXchange fosters exchange on AI and creates the grounds for entrepreneurs, researchers, investors and policymakers to build long-term partnerships. Thereby, the Transatlantic AI eXchange supports the ambitions of the German government’s $6 billion “AI made in Germany” strategy and the US calls for “techno-democracies” to join forces globally.