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Parallel sessions - AI & Health care

11/18/2020 | 10:15 - 12:15 | Laval Virtual

Description

- Time schedule in France & Germany :  10:15 to 12:15
- Time schedule in Japan : 18:15 to 20:15
AI technologies offer the potential to improve health care activities (precision of diagnosis, drug development, personalised medicine, and relationships between treatment techniques and patient outcomes, etc.), but also raise concerns about data-sharing and data protection issues, as well as ethical issues more generally.
Moreover, as the populations of Japan, Germany and France are aging, our societies will have to offer services (not only care) to an unprecedented number of seniors.

This session will discuss how health care, nursing and services can be improved by leveraging AI models in the context of an aging society.

What advantages could Japan, France and Germany derive from working together (i.e. scientists, companies, political decision-makers, etc.) on this topic? Why? How can we improve co-operation and what are the current brakes and deadlocks?

Speakers

  • Dr. Olivier Clatz Dr. Olivier Clatz
    Program Director "AI for Health", French General Secretariat for Investment (SGPI)
  • Dr. Nozha Boujemaa Dr. Nozha Boujemaa
    Chief Science & Innovation Officer, iBiopsy, Median Technologies
  • Prof. Sandy Engelhardt Prof. Sandy Engelhardt
    Assistant Professor, Department of internal medicine III, Heidelberg University Hospital
  • Dr. med. Alexander Ulrich Brandt Dr. med. Alexander Ulrich Brandt
    Head, Translational Neuroimaging Laboratory, Experimental and Clinical Research Center, Clinical Neuroimmunology, Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin (Germany); Department of Neurology, University of California, Irvine, CA, US
  • Dr. Ayako Yachie Dr. Ayako Yachie
    Senior Scientist, The Systems Biology Institute, The Systems Biology Institute
  • Prof. Dr. Ryuji Hamamoto Prof. Dr. Ryuji Hamamoto
    Team Leader, Center for Advanced Intelligence Project, RIKEN / Professor NCC Medical Science Tokyo Medical and Dental University