Although AI is thought to be in its infancy, it is already changing the way we think about health care. Expectations are high about AI and at the speed that it is moving it brings hope in many areas of health care. The Seattle Health Innovation Meetup group’s next event is Thursday September 13 at 4pm at the Cambia Grove and will focus on how AI might – or might not- change how healthcare is delivered. Please pre-register at this link.
Join these speakers from the Allen Institute Artificial Intelligence Incubator, KenSci, and CuraCloud as we explore the possibilities with those who are using this technology for patients, providers, payors, and researchers.
This is the kickoff to our 2018-19 season of events. We will give you, the audience, an opportunity to announce your projects in progress or services that could be helpful to others.
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Lauren Krainski is a Partner at the Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence (AI2) start-up Incubator. The AI2 incubator helps early stage start-ups, entrepreneurs, and corporate partners build large, AI-first companies that solve high-impact problems. Prior to AI2, she advised start-ups and enterprises in M&A, business development, technology commercialization, and other C-level engagements through multiple management consulting and investment banking roles.
Ankur M. Teredesai, Ph.D., is the co-founder and Chief Technology Officer of KenSci. He also holds a Professorship in Computer Science & Systems at the University of Washington. His research spans data science with its applications for societal impact in healthcare. Teredesai has significant industry experience, having held various positions at C-DAC Pune, Microsoft Research, IBM T.J. Watson Labs, and a variety of technology startups. He has published over 75 papers on machine learning, has managed large teams of data scientists and engineers, and deployed data science solutions in healthcare. His recent applied research contributions include cost and risk prediction for readmission due to chronic conditions such as congestive heart failure.
Ed Butler is Vice President, Marketing and Corporate Development, CuraCloud Corporation, a Seattle startup that provides AI-enabled medical imaging analytics and genomic testing protocols to healthcare providers and researchers. Ed has been a senior advisor to hospitals, health plans, and government agencies including IDX Systems and GE Healthcare in the US and the NHS in England.
4-4:30: Happy (half) hour, check-in, light refreshments
4:30-4:45: Spontaneous Participation: We will have an opportunity for you to share what you are working on or ask others to join you in moving your innovation forward. Any topic, not just AI! The purpose of this informal super-quick stand-up is to connect people who have ideas to those who can help them. Any idea is welcome, however far along it is!
4:45-5:45: Panel discussion
5:45-6:00: Adjourn and networking
Hope to see you there for great conversation, snacks, and action!
Please RSVP but you can always come last minute & pay at the door too!
**Parking in the 1800 9th building garage is now only $10 after 3pm! **