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Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the intelligence exhibited by machines or software. Over the past few years there have been a number of examples of AI being developed by organisations and applied in industries outside of the Technology sector.
- Google partnering with J&J to develop surgical robots using AI.
- J&J has partnered with IBM’s Watson to use advanced data analysis and insights to help develop personalised patient engagement and coaching solutions that span consumer wellness and chronic condition management, thus transforming the patient experience and healthcare delivery model.
There are many examples across many industries and these are just two. AI cannot do this on its own. Deep collaboration/partnerships/alliances help AI to become powerful and relevant.
Prior to the panel discussion, a business psychologist will lead a brief conversation on the application of human intelligence and how this may help or hinder alliances as we consider the power of new technology and AI.
Please consider inviting your colleagues who contribute to managing your alliances.
Marco Mohwinckel, Global Head of Janssen Solutions, Head of Janssen Healthcare Innovation
Johannes Hermann, Director Machine Learning & Advanced Algorithms, Johnson & Johnson
Amir Babaei-Mahani M.D., Senior Director New Ventures (Medical Devices), Johnson & Johnson
Thomas Balkizas, Watson Health Commercial Executive, IBM
Justin Lyon, CEO Simudyne
Mike Phillips, Commercial Director, McLaren Applied Technologies Ltd.
Phil Harris, Director | Management Consulting KPMG
Peter Milligan, Managing Director, New Generation Leaders
5.30 pm Registration
6.15 pm Welcome and introduction
6.25 pm Pre-panel presentation
6.35 pm Panel Discussion
7.35 pm Close and Networking and refreshments
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