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AI, Tech and Healthcare, why do I need to know more as a researcher?

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Michael Crouch Innovation Centre UNSW Sydney

Gate 2 Ave

Kensington, New South Wales 2033

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'AI, Tech & Healthcare' is an interactive workshop for graduate research students, early career researchers, and those interested in innovative uses of emerging tech in the health and medical sciences.

The workshop is suitable for those in health and medical sciences research, with all levels of tech knowledge, from basic to advanced!

Tickets are free but registration is required. Spaces are limited so please register early and if you are unable to attend, please cancel on Eventbrite or send an email to us (Snow: xue.li@student.unsw.edu.au or Lizzy: lizzy.nguyen@student.unsw.edu.au).


The preliminary program is as follows:

2-4PM - Welcome and keynote talks

4-5PM - Rapid-fire talks and group discussion

5-6PM - Drinks and networking


Keynote speakers:

1. Dr Terry Sweeney, PhD

Managing Director, Partnership, Asia at IBM Watson Health

2. Ben Wong

Founder/CEO, Academy Xi

3. Laura Earl

Program Manager - The Founders Program/MCIC UNSW

4. Prof. Joel Pearson, PhD

Director - Future Minds Lab


Rapid-fire Talks:

1. Jatin, Jeffrey and Snow - Sahya - AI and blockchain start-up aimed to improve healthcare services in Australia

2. Ryan Anthony de Belen – EPICentre, UNSW - Mixed reality as an assistive technology for elderly people

3.Oluwadamisola (Dami) Sotade - Centre for Big Data Research in Health, UNSW - Using machine learning algorithms to predict adverse outcomes following elective aortic valve replacement surgery

4.Katherine Kawecki - Respia - An asthma management system that tracks and records the user’s respiratory health and medication use

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