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60 Sloane Avenue

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SW3 3DD

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Join us for an evening of learning, sharing, connecting and discussion on how Ai is revolutionising healthcare and our every day lives.

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Artificial Intelligence is already a part of our daily lives. More than we even realise it. We use Siri or Alexa to help us with the everyday tasks, we rely on algorithms to get tailored recommendations on Netflix, or in our email inbox to filter our emails.

AI is already here and is changing our lives. But, one big area AI is transforming and has a potential to do even more so is - healthcare.

Babylon Health is already pioneering AI to make healthcare more accessible and affordable. But, can AI really replace human care?

In order to raise awareness about some of the challenges the healthcare industry is facing today and how AI could help overcome them, Women of Wearables are bringing together four health tech experts who will be discussing current innovations in this space, possible implications of AI in future healthcare and finding the answer to the question: will AI allow doctors to be more human?

Some of the questions we will be discussing:

  • Can AI in healthcare replace human care?
  • What is the role and the future of AI in healthcare?
  • How is AI changing the doctor-patient relationship?
  • Does AI necessarily mean tailored and more personalised approach to healthcare?
  • How can AI help make healthcare more accessible and affordable?

MEET OUR SPEAKERS

Caroline Hargrove: Chief Technology Officer, Babylon Health

Caroline is Babylon’s CTO, with responsibility over the Technologies and AI products. She is also a Non-Executive Director at Ceres Power and a Trustee of the National Saturday Clubs. She has experience in a range of sectors from motorsports to health, elite sports, manufacturing and energy. She started her career as a lecturer in Engineering in Cambridge, followed by various roles in McLaren F1, mainly focused on the development of simulations and the first F1 simulator. She moved to McLaren Applied Technologies as a founding member, and helped grow the company to over 500 strong where she was its CTO before moving to Babylon. Caroline is also a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering and was, until recently, a Visiting Professor at Oxford and holds a PhD in Applied Mechanics from the University of Cambridge.

Ivana Bartoletti, Head of Privacy and Data Protection at Gemserv and co-founder of Women Leading in AI network

Ivana Bartoletti is Head of Privacy and Data Protection at Germserv, a public speaker and media commentator. In her day job, Ivana helps businesses with their privacy by design programmes especially in relation to Artificial Intelligence (AI) and blockchain technology. She was awarded ‘ Woman of the Year ’ (2019) in the Cyber Security Awards in recognition of her growing reputation as an advocate of equality, privacy and ethics at the heart of tech and AI. She is a sought-after commentator for the BBC, Sky and other major broadcasters and news outlets (Guardian, Telegraph) on headline stories where the tech economy intersects with privacy and data law and politics. In May 2018, Ivana launched the Women Leading in AI network, an international lobby group of women advocating for responsible AI. The network’s 2018 report garnered mass interest from tech leaders, international institutions and the media. Bartoletti is co-editor of the Fintech Circle’s AI Book, their first major publication focused on how AI is reshaping financial services. Ivana's first book, focusing on the socio-economic impact of AI, will be released in 2020 by Indigo Press.

Juemin XU, Founder and CEO of Think and Decide

Juemin Xu ia a founder and CEO of Think and Decide. Combining engineering, economics and psychology, she does research in artificial intelligence and human decision-making. She is a creator of AI tools for equality and empathy and her research has been covered by the Wall Street Journal, The Economist, The New Yorker and reached millions of readers. Juemin holds a PhD from the Department of Cognitive, Perceptual and Brain Sciences at the University College London.

Rebecca Wray, MEng, Consultant at TTP

Rebecca Wray is a creative innovator, digital health strategist and Human Factors Engineer. AT TTP, Rebecca is leading programmes developing connected drug delivery devices and digital therapeutics that have the potential to revolutionise patient care. She brings together a broad range of creative experience designing products with a deep understanding of psychology behind patient behaviours, to create effective digital health solutions that improve outcomes. Previously she helped increase access to medicines at GSK in the Device Technology Centre of Excellence, and designed user experiences in Gothenburg with Volvo Cars future car concepts team. TTP is an independent technology company where scientists and engineers collaborate to invent, design and develop new products and technologies. Working across a wide spectrum of industries including health, telecoms, industrials and consumer, TTP creates breakthrough solutions that bring strong commercial value to clients and the benefits of technology to all.

Moderated by - Marija Butkovic, founder and CEO of Women of Wearables and Anja Streicher CMO of Women of Wearables.

Agenda

6.00 - 6.30 - Registration and networking

6.30 - 6.35 - Women of Wearables - 5 minute presentation

6:35 - 6:50 - Sponsors and partners - 10 min presentation

6.50 - 8.00 - Panel discussion + Q&A

8.00 - 9.00 - Food, refreshments and networking

*Be advised that we will be taking photographs at the event, which we will be using in the future to promote Women of Wearables' activities. By registering for this event you are giving Women of Wearables permission to take your picture and post them on our website and social media channels as well as use them in other promotional materials.

MEET YOUR HOST

Women of Wearables (WoW) is a global organisation supporting women and diversity in wearable tech, fashion tech and IoT. With headquarters in London (UK) and more than 20,000 members located around the globe, WoW has become a global movement that supports women in emerging technologies through events, mentorship, educational programs and collaboration with its network of local ambassadors and partners.

ABOUT BABYLON HEALTH

Babylon believes it is possible to put an accessible and affordable health service in the hands of every person on earth. How? By combining the ever-growing computing power of machines with the best medical expertise of humans to create a comprehensive, immediate and personalised health service and making it universally available.

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Babylon Health

60 Sloane Avenue

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United Kingdom

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