Cutting through the hype
“We are on the brink of a major transformation in the way we diagnose, treat, and even prevent ill health... The new Industrial Strategy sets out to put the UK at the forefront of innovation in AI…”
Norman Lamb MP, Chair, Science and Technology Committee
Introducing Ai for Healthcare
Ai for Healthcare is Europe’s first free-to-attend conference and exhibition focused purely on utilising Ai-based technologies in the global healthcare sector. It promises to be a must-attend event for anyone who wants to make a difference to the future of healthcare.
The conference programme has been developed alongside an advisory panel comprising some of the foremost names in health and life sciences. The main focus of the programme is cutting through the hype and looking at the reality and real-world applications of Ai in today’s healthcare system.
Sessions will explore the potential developments, real-world applications and future benefits of cutting-edge Ai technologies. Our ethos is that all attendees should be able to learn, engage with and understand what a future healthcare system embracing Ai has to offer.
Ai for Healthcare will bring together over 1,000 attendees for a full day of learning, networking and engaging with the latest technologies available globally. It will host Europe’s brightest clinicians, technologists, scientists and healthcare leaders from across the Ai health ecosystem, with visitor groups including policy makers, pharmaceutical, biotech, medtech, healthcare professionals, healthcare payers, investment and science.
Hear what the people involved are saying:
“Ai will allow people to do what they do best: think and create new solutions in out of-the-box ways. Ai is everywhere, but it’s up to the humans for how we make the best of it.”
“Ai deployed in a medical setting will be able to harness huge amounts of patient data in order to help healthcare professionals deliver more effective and personalised treatment plans at scale”
“Data gathered and presented by Ai algorithms will enable healthcare providers and doctors to see patients' health risks and take more precise, early action to prevent, lessen the impact of or forestall disease progression. These interventions will curb healthcare costs and lead to improved patient health outcomes.”