WHO, Google, Microsoft, UN, FDA, CERN, Novartis Foundation and global AI and healthcare community to gather for summit

Intelligent Health gathers the world’s brightest AI health brains from pharmaceutical, biotech, medtech, health provisions, clinicians, tech companies, startups, investment and science every September in Switzerland.

W.H.O, Google, Microfsoft, the global AI and healthcare community from over 68 countries worldwide will gather in Basel, the pharma hub of Switzerland next week to attend the Intelligent Health Summit (September 11th-12th), discuss how AI can be used to prevent and solve some of the world’s greatest healthcare problems and improve the health of the human race.

The global AI in healthcare market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 43.5% from 2018 to reach $27.6 billion by 2025, according to a market research report by Meticulous Research®, “Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare Market by Product (Hardware, Software, Services), Technology (Machine Learning, Context-Aware Computing, NLP), Application (Drug Discovery, Precision Medicine), End User, and Geography – Global Forecast to 2025”.

Dr. Ann Aerts, Head of the Novartis Foundation,said: “Digital tech can transform our health and care systems from being reactive to becoming proactive and even predictive. That’s the challenge the Novartis Foundation is now fully focused on, and it’s why I’m excited to join Intelligent Health 2019! Data, digital and AI are some of the best tools we have to respond to the world’s greatest health challenges.”

With the brightest brains in AI and health as speakers including Dr. Toby Cosgrove, Executive Advisor, Google and Executive Advisor and Former President & CEO, Cleveland Clinic, Bernardo Mariano Junior, Director of the Digital Health Department & the Chief Information Officer of the World Health Organisation, Patrice Matchaba, Group Head of Global Health and Corporate Responsibility at Novartis, and participants from across the global AI healthcare ecosystem including pharmaceutical, biotech, medtech, health provision, clinicians, insurance, investment and science, Intelligent Health will set the global AI agenda in Healthcare for 2020 and beyond.

Sarah Porter, CEO and founder of Inspired Mind, added: “Some of the biggest medical and health problems in the world today can be solved by harnessing the power of AI, big data and digital solutions. We have the potential to unite multi disciplinary groups at Intelligent Health from governments, corporates, healthcare providers and global clinician communities to radically transform the quality of lives globally”.

“Harnessed in tandem with what we know as humans, as people combined with the power of technology such as AI, Intelligent Health and the discussions and business taking place there is unique, ground breaking and transformational for the future of humanity” Porter continues.

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