AI Driven Precision Medicine in Healthcare
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Healthcare and Life Sciences continues to experience an explosion in the use of Artificial Intelligence to deliver precision medicine, enhance quality of care, improve operational efficiencies, and drive breakthroughs in biomedical research to treat disease.
Healthcare Providers, in particular, are looking to the areas of Smart Hospitals and Medical Imaging in this regard. There is an array of interconnected medical devices, sensors and applications that create the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) which produce significant amounts of data needed to feed these AI models.
In this webinar, OMDIA, Hewlett Packard Enterprise and NVIDIA experts will focus on how AI will act as a catalyst to enable the new wave of capabilities and the investments being made now to take advantage of machine learning and state-of-the-art computing.
Join us to hear about:
- An OMDIA introduction to the transformation of Healthcare through IoT and AI
- Healthcare institutions harnessing the power of AI
- AI in Medical Imaging – Radiology & Pathology
- Smart Hospitals – Intelligent Video Analytics, Natural Language Processing & Democratized Data Science
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Sam Lucero is Chief Analyst for IoT Services & Technologies.
As part of Omdia’s Internet of Things (IoT) research program, Sam covers multiple facets of the global IoT market. Currently, he has a specific focus on analyzing software and services that support the adoption of IoT solutions.
In offering expert opinion, Sam has been widely quoted in the media, including The Economist, the Financial Times, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal. Prior to joining Informa (now Omdia), formerly IHS Markit, in 2012, Sam was the director of IoT research practice at ABI Research. He started his analyst career in 2001 at In-Stat, covering the semiconductor and networking equipment markets. After graduating from the University of California, San Diego, Sam spent three years working in Japan before returning to the US to earn an MBA (Hons.) from Thunderbird School of Global Management.