"New horizons for connecting health - artificial intelligence & entrepreneurship"
25.04.2019 kl. 09.30 - 26.04.2019 kl. 17.00
2-Day Conference on Artificial Intelligence & Entrepreneurship
- Gain new knowledge on the latest research within Health AI and innovative telehealth technologies, products and methods
- Inspiring program which facilitates great discussion, collaborative opportunities and networking
Two Days with Different Perspective
- 25 April 2019: Artificial intelligence viewed from a research and a clinical perspective
- 26 April 2019: Innovation, entrepreneurship, and development of products, methods and market
- Presentations, interactive workshops and break-out sessions, discussions, networking
- Company exhibition and pitch sessions
- You may attend one day or both days
Who should attend?
Health professionals, researchers, clinicians, product developers, industry representatives, entrepreneurs, healthcare leaders, and innovation officers
AIMS OF THE CONFERENCE
- Presenting the latest international knowledge and disseminating knowledge about artificial intelligence in future telehealth technologies with concrete examples from Danish and international companies
- To focus on entrepreneurship and innovation in telehealth including opportunities and barriers
- Having startups, small and medium-sized companies in the health technology industry get inspired for product and market development
- To create networks between the participants in order to promote knowledge sharing and collaborative potential between companies, researchers and health professionals within AI and entrepreneurship
Registration required – participation is free of charge. A no-show fee will be charged; please inform us if you register and need to change plans
This conference is:
- Supported by the Danish Healthtech Innovation Network and co-financed by Ministry of Higher Education and Science.
- Developed by the Transatlantic Telehealth Research Network (TTRN) - a consortium of leading research and healthcare institutions in the USA and Denmark
Laboratory of Welfare Technologies, Department of Health Science and Technology