Programme

The most powerful names in AI and the global health community join forces online for three days of dynamic on-demand and live content. This is NOT a measly virtual summit – we are tackling the big issues head on!

On Monday 25th and Tuesday 26th May from 9am BST, you can watch on-demand content and network in the Cyberspace.

On Wednesday 27th May (9am to 7.40pm BST), watch live speaker presentations streamed from all corners of the world and participate in real time Q&A sessions.

 

Day 1 & Day 2 – Exclusive interviews and dynamic on-demand content

(Monday 25th and Tuesday 26th May)

 

 

DAY 1: Exclusive sessions and interviews

Session One HEADLINER INTERVIEW
COVID-19: Current landscape, use of technology, obstacles and the future
Dr. Peter Lee, Corporate Vice President, Microsoft ResearchDr. Shahram Ebadollahi, Global Head of Data Science and AI, NovartisGideon Lichfield, Editor in Chief, MIT Technology Review
Session Two  

Technology and Health: a powerful duo to transform the health of low income populations

Ann Aerts, Head, Novartis Foundation
Elena Bonfiglioli, Managing Director Health and Life Sciences, Microsoft EMEA

Session Three  

Launching AI4BetterHearts, the first global data collaborative for improving cardiovascular health

Ann Aerts, Head, Novartis Foundation
Elena Bonfiglioli, Managing Director Health and Life Sciences, Microsoft EMEA

Session Four  

The perspective of a clinician with telemedicine in the frontline

Dr. Fernanda Zaganelli, Ophthalmologist & Occupational Health Physician, Firjan

Session Five  

The OpenSAFELY platform: A new benchmark in data analytics for national COVID research

Dr. Chris Bates, Director of Research and Analytics, TPP

Session Six  

Digital First healthcare: Covid-19 as a catalyst for change

Matthew Stickland, Director of Strategy & Communications, TPP

Session Seven  

Reimagine healthcare using AI and ML


Greg Moore, Corporate Vice President, Microsoft Health

Hadas Bitran, Group Manager, Microsoft Health Israel

Session Eight  

A plan for personalized health using AI

Siddhartha Chaturvedi, Senior Manager, Microsoft AI and Innovation

Session Nine

 

 

Ambient Clinical Intelligence

Greg Moore, Corporate Vice President, Microsoft Health

Peter Durlach, Senior Vice President, Healthcare Strategy & New Business Development, Nuance

Session Ten  

The Pacific Disaster Center – leveraging AI, satellites and GIS for the COVID19 response globally

Joel Myhre, Senior Disaster Management Specialist, Pacific Disaster Center

Session Eleven  

Canada’s AI advantage


Dr. Elissa Strome, AVP Research and Executive Director, Pan-Canadian AI Strategy, CIFAR

DAY 2: On-Demand Content

Session One GOING VIRAL
Keeping calm in the face of COVID-19
Bringing together leading experts from the health and technology communities, we will peer through the hype and dig deeper into the solutions already being worked on to find a cure against humankind’s current enemy – COVID-19.
Ian Norton, Managing Director, Respond Global
Andrew Schroeder, VP Research and Analysis, Direct Relief
Loubna Bouarfa, CEO & Founder, OKRA Technologies

Moderator:
Joel Myhre, Senior Disaster Management Specialist, Pacific Disaster Centre
Session Two GOING VIRAL
The UK response to COVID-19
Future proofing the NHS – How technology is going to play a role in the reaction to COVID-19 within the NHS and how clinicians can deploy technology/telemedicine at pace and scale in response to the ongoing crisis
Professor Trish Greenhalgh, Professor of Primary Care Health Sciences, Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences
Dr. Chris Bates, Director of Research, TPP
Kate Jefferyes, Account Director | DHSC NHS, Microsoft
Iain Hennessey, Clinical Director of Innovation, Alder Hey Children’s Hospital

Moderator:
Marguerite Meyer, Journalist
Session Three GOING VIRAL
Long term implications of health data use in the context of COVID-19
This webinar will focus on what needs to be in place to make sure that data is used in trustworthy ways, to slow the COVID-19 spread and ultimately save lives.
– What is the appropriate use of health data in the context of a pandemic? What good examples are emerging?
– How do we balance individual patient rights with collective need, and what’s needed to maintain the trust of the public that data uses are proportionate?
– What 2-3 requirements must be in place now to use health-related data responsibly during this time of crisis?
Vanessa Candeias, Former Head, Global Health and Healthcare and Member of the Executive Committee, World Economic Forum
Dr. Natalie Banner, Understanding Patient Data Lead, Wellcome Trust
Dr. Anurag Agrawal, Director, Institute of Genomics and Integrative Biology at Council of Scientific and Industrial Research
Amandeep Gill, Project Lead, I-DAIR and Former Executive Director, UNSG High Level Panel on Digital Corporation, United Nations
Huguette Diakabana, Co-Founder and Deputy Director, African Alliance of Digital Health Networks
Dr. Oliver Morgan, Director of Health Emergency and Risk Assessment, World Health Organization

Moderator:
Andrew Schroeder, Vice President of Research and Analysis, Direct Relief 
Session Four GOING VIRAL
Flattening the COVID-19 curve
These are difficult times affecting all aspects of our life and society. Digital health technologies such as AI, big data, 5G and robotics are critical tools in the fight against COVID-19. This webinar showcases examples from around the world on health strategies to reduce risk, support frontline workers and patient treatment as the epidemic unfolds.
James Crabtree, Associate Professor of Practice, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy (Singapore)
Alex Pompe, Research Manager – Data for Good, Facebook (USA)
Ramesh Raskar, Associate Professor of Media Arts and Sciences, MIT Media Labs (USA)

Moderator:
Andrew Schroeder, Vice President of Research and Analysis, Direct Relief (USA) 
Session Five HEADLINER
The future of healthcare – where can technology and AI take us?
Dr. Peter Lee, Corporate Vice President, Healthcare, Microsoft
Session Six HEADLINER
Leading digital change, interoperability and innovation – how the NHS will work more effectively with larger tech firms and digital health innovators
Tara Donnelly, CDIO, NHSX
Session Seven HEADLINER
The largest example of AI and smart care execution in China
Prof. Weihong Huang, Mobile Health Ministry of Education – China Mobile Lab, Xiangya Hospital Central South University
Session Eight IN-CONVERSATION
Where can big tech companies make the biggest impact on healthcare?
Dr. Toby Cosgrove, Executive Advisor, Google Cloud and Executive Advisor and Former President & CEO, Cleveland Clinic
Interviewer:
Maxine Mackintosh, Researcher, Alan Turing Institute and Co-Founder, One HealthTech
Session Nine HEADLINER
AI – the future of medicine?
Bertrand Bodson, Chief Digital Officer, Novartis
Session Ten KEYNOTE
Building the next generation of smart health services – Tencent’s digital therapeutics platform for chronic diseasesWei Fan, Executive Director of Medical AI Labs, Tencent
Session Eleven PANEL DISCUSSION
Future gazing – where are the opportunities to improve clinical practice and augment the healthcare professional?
Dr. Fernanda Zaganelli, Ophthalmologist, UERJ – Hospital Universitário Pedro Ernesto
Dr. Marc Farr, Chief Analytics Officer, East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust
Dr. Amrita Kumar, Consultant Radiologist & AI Clinical Lead, Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust
Dr. John Parry, Clinical Director, The Phoenix Partnership
Emma Hughes, Associate Chief Innovation Officer, Alder Hey Children’s Hospital

Moderator:Naomi Lee, Head of Research, The Lancet
Session Twelve PANEL DISCUSSION: PATIENT EMPOWERMENT


AI for authentic engagement – the voice of the patients in improving AI driven healthcare
–      What are the current ideas, expectations and concerns from patients and caregivers?
–      How can patients be empowered?
–      How can we plan digital services for populations but keep in mind the personalised patient journey?


Dr. Natalie Banner, Understanding Patient Data Lead, Wellcome Trust
Jess Morley, Tech Lead for AI, NHSX
Prof. Dr Effy Vayena, Professor, Institute of Translational Medicine
Dr. Ramya Palacholla, Lead Scientist, Partners HealthCare and Harvard Medical School


Interviewer:
Maxine Mackintosh, Researcher, Alan Turing Institute and Co-Founder, One HealthTech

Session Thirteen HEADLINER
AI won’t replace humans; it will free us up to add more value to society
Steve Guise, Global Head of Informatics, Roche Pharmaceuticals
Session Fourteen  HEADLINER
Saving lives with advanced analytics, machine learning and data driven thinking in hospitals
José Pedro Almeida, Director of Big Data Analytics & Machine Learning, São João Hospital Center
Session Fifteen PANEL DISCUSSION
View from the ground – where are the opportunities to improve clinical practice and augment the healthcare professional?
Dr. Indra Joshi, Clinical Lead – Digital Experience, Digital Urgent & Emergency Care, NHS England
Dr Navin Ramachandran, Radiology Consultant, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Dr. Bart Geerts, Consultant Cardiac Anaesthetist, AMC & Founder, Healthplus.ai

Moderator:
Dr. Rosemary Rebuli, Global Head of Trial Management, Novartis
Session Sixteen HEADLINER
Inside Pandora’s Black Box: Understanding decision-making in diagnostic AI and its implications for clinician skills
Dr. Allison Gardner, Programme Director Data Science Degree Apprenticeship and Co-Founder, Keele University and Women Leading in AI
Session Seventeen HEADLINER
The perception and reality of AI in health and care – understand your data, understand what you want from it and understand how AI can help you create the actionable insights you need to drive more personalised and efficient care
Mark O’Herlihy, Managing Director EMEA, IBM Watson Health
Session Eighteen HEADLINER
How should we define new digital ethics which includes the benefits of technology for society and the economy whilst reinforcing the rights and freedoms of individuals?
Professor Luciano Floridi, Professor of Philosophy and Ethics of Information, University of Oxford and Director, Digital Ethics Lab
Session Nineteen PRESENTATION
No ethics, no impactOliver Smith, Strategy Director & Head of Ethics, Alpha Health, Telefónica Innovación Alpha
Session Twenty PRESENTATION
Clinical validation and regulatory landscape for AI medical devices
Dr. Hugh Harvey, Managing Director, Hardian Health
Session Twenty One Case Study
Applying advanced machine learning techniques to develop non-invasive blood tests to detect early-stage cancer and improve precision oncology
Dr. Charles Roberts, Co-Founder and Chief Partnerships Officer, Freenome
Session Twenty Two PRESENTATION
Clinical need for Algocyte
Dr. Kourosh Saeb-Parsy, Chief Medical Officer, Oxford Immune Algorithmics
Session Twenty Three PRESENTATION
Algocyte and project Lancelot
Ago Forcella, Chief Operating Officer, Oxford Immune Algorithmics
Session Twenty Four PRESENTATION
Healy, the unique wearable medical device with AI, connected to your smartphone, for physical & mental balance
Jacqueline Jacques, Owner and CEO, Bioquantique

Day 3 - Live Event Programme (Wednesday 27th May)

    Active Filters
  • Wednesday 27th
  • 09:00 - 09:15
    WELCOME Inspired Minds Sarah Porter, CEO and Founder, Inspired Minds
    • Sarah Porter, CEO and Founder, Inspired Minds

  • 09:00 - 09:15
    WELCOME and chairperson’s opening remarks Joel Myhre, Senior Disaster Management Specialist, Pacific Disaster Center
    • Joel Myhre, Senior Disaster Management Specialist, Pacific Disaster Center

  • 09:20 - 09:45
    HEADLINER: Deep learning for health data Professor Max Welling, Vice President Technologies, Qualcomm & Research Chair, Machine Learning, University of Amsterdam
    • Professor Max Welling, Vice President Technologies, Qualcomm & Research Chair, Machine Learning, University of Amsterdam

  • 09:55 - 10:15
    HEADLINER: Technology and Health: a powerful duo to transform the health of low income populations Ann Aerts, Head, Novartis Foundation
    • Ann Aerts, Head, Novartis Foundation

  • 10:30 - 11:10
    HEADLINER: COVID-19: Current landscape, use of technology, obstacles and the future Dr. Peter Lee, Corporate Vice President, Microsoft Research
    Dr. Shahram Ebadollahi, Global Head of Data Science and AI, Novartis
    Interviewer: Gideon Lichfield, Editor in Chief, MIT Technology Review
    • Dr. Peter Lee, Corporate Vice President, Microsoft Research

    • Dr. Shahram Ebadollahi, Global Head of Data Science and AI, Novartis

    • Interviewer: Gideon Lichfield, Editor in Chief, MIT Technology Review

  • 11:10 - 11:30
    BREAK Chair: Mariam Shokralla, Digital Health Strategist Consultant, WHO
    • Chair: Mariam Shokralla, Digital Health Strategist Consultant, WHO

  • 11:30 - 11:55
    HEADLINER: Computational modeling and data strategies for predicting and responding to pandemics Srinivasan Venkatramanan, Research Scientist, Network Systems Science and Advanced Computing, Biocomplexity Institute, University of Virginia
    • Srinivasan Venkatramanan, Research Scientist, Network Systems Science and Advanced Computing, Biocomplexity Institute, University of Virginia

  • 12:05 - 12:30
    HEADLINER: Healthcare ethics in the AI revolution Professor Mildred Solomon, President & Professor, The Hastings Centre & Harvard Medical School
    • Professor Mildred Solomon, President & Professor, The Hastings Centre & Harvard Medical School

  • 12:40 - 13:05
    HEADLINER: Listening to the voice of the patient in improving technology-driven healthcare Christine Von Raesfeld, Patient Advocate and Co-Founder, People with Empathy
    Hana Feiner, Director of Business Development, PatientWing
    • Christine Von Raesfeld, Patient Advocate and Co-Founder, People with Empathy

    • Hana Feiner, Director of Business Development, PatientWing

  • 13:05 - 13:20
    BREAK
  • PRACTICAL, REAL-WORLD AI USE CASES IN HEALTHCARE: Examining the potential to transform care delivery and life science research, challenges faced and lessons learnt Chair: Andrew Schroeder, Vice President of Research and Analysis, Direct Relief
    • 13:20 - 13:40
      HEADLINER: Genomics in an age of COVID Chris Wigley, CEO, Genomics England
      • Chris Wigley, CEO, Genomics England

    • 13:45 - 14:05
      HEADLINER: Pandemics, public health and data ethics Jess Morley, Researcher, Oxford Internet Institute, Digital Ethics Lab
      • Jess Morley, Researcher, Oxford Internet Institute, Digital Ethics Lab

    • 14:10 - 14:30
      Use Case 1 – Training CXR classification models an order-of-magnitude faster using IPUs on Microsoft Azure Sujeeth Bharadwaj, Principal Engineering Lead, Cloud AI Systems & Technologies, Microsoft
      • Sujeeth Bharadwaj, Principal Engineering Lead, Cloud AI Systems & Technologies, Microsoft

    • 14:35 - 14:55
      Use Case 2 – AI in decision support: Using AI to tackle some of the everyday challenges experienced by the NHS – progress in reducing A&E waiting times Professor Chris Holmes, Programme Director for Health and Medical Sciences, The Alan Turing Institute
      • Professor Chris Holmes, Programme Director for Health and Medical Sciences, The Alan Turing Institute

    • 15:00 - 15:20
      Use Case 3 – Fuelling big data for a better AI outcome Guy Holmes, Founder and CEO, Tape Ark
      • Guy Holmes, Founder and CEO, Tape Ark

    • 15:25 - 15:45
      HEADLINER: CheXneXt - how the first open source algorithm automating X-ray diagnosis can disrupt clinical practice Dr. Matthew Lungren, Co-Director, Center for Artificial Intelligence in Medicine and Imaging & Assistant Professor of Radiology, Stanford University School of Medicine
      • Dr. Matthew Lungren, Co-Director, Center for Artificial Intelligence in Medicine and Imaging & Assistant Professor of Radiology, Stanford University School of Medicine

  • 15:45 - 15:50
    BREAK
  • AI HEALTH TRANSFORMERS: Hear from the CEOs and the Founders of the most disruptive AI health tech companies of tomorrow Chair: Dr. Amrita Kumar, Consultant Radiologist & AI Clinical Lead, Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust
    • 15:50 - 16:05
      Innovation Story - AI in diagnostics: Algocyte, responsible AI for remote blood testing and health monitoring Dr. Kourosh Saeb-Parsy, Chief Medical Officer, Oxford Immune Algorithmics
      • Dr. Kourosh Saeb-Parsy, Chief Medical Officer, Oxford Immune Algorithmics

    • 16:15 - 16:30
      Innovation Story - AI in early detection: AI applications for screening and early disease detection in pathology Chaith Kondragunta, CEO, Aira Matrix
      • Chaith Kondragunta, CEO, Aira Matrix

    • 16:40 - 16:55
      Innovation Story: Optimising patient flow with Causal AI Dr. Darko Matovski, CEO, causaLens
      Dr. Alejandro Ortega Ancel, Data Scientist, causaLens
      • Dr. Darko Matovski, CEO, causaLens

      • Dr. Alejandro Ortega Ancel, Data Scientist, causaLens

    • 17:05 - 17:20
      Innovation Story - AI and COVID-19: How AI-automated heart assessment and high-res lung ultrasound will radically advance care on the frontlines Dr. Mike Blaivas, Chief Medical Officer, EchoNous
      • Dr. Mike Blaivas, Chief Medical Officer, EchoNous

    • 17:30 - 17:45
      Innovation Story: How AI can help call operators to accurately triage patients? Milo Wicinski, Business Development Manager, Infermedica
      • Milo Wicinski, Business Development Manager, Infermedica

  • 17:45 - 17:55
    BREAK Chair: Andrew Schroeder, Vice President of Research and Analysis, Direct Relief
    • Chair: Andrew Schroeder, Vice President of Research and Analysis, Direct Relief

  • 17:55 - 18:20
    HEADLINER: AI – the legacy of COVID-19? Tim Whittlestone, Chief Medical Officer, NHS Nightingale Hospital - Bristol
    • Tim Whittlestone, Chief Medical Officer, NHS Nightingale Hospital - Bristol

  • 18:30 - 18:55
    HEADLINER: COVID-19 should be a wake up call for AI Professor Gary Marcus, Founder and CEO, Robust.AI
    Interviewer: Gideon Lichfield, Editor in Chief, MIT Technology Review
    • Professor Gary Marcus, Founder and CEO, Robust.AI

    • Interviewer: Gideon Lichfield, Editor in Chief, MIT Technology Review

  • 18:55 - 19:00
    CLOSE OF ONLINE SUMMIT

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