Artificial Intelligence & Digital Health


AI & Digital Health, Wednesday 24 April 2024

Panel discussion
AI & Digital Health

How you can deliver consequential projects using AI in multi-year deployments for patient

  • AI projects in rare diseases can start with limited scope and then take different directions and start to evolve into longer programmes of work over time 
  • We present 4 case studies demonstrating how the expectations and also objectives can change over time to develop more impact for patients
  • We will also show top-line results for each of these case studies
  • Q&A will be taken at the Volv booth (513)  
Leon van Wouwe, Clinical Innovation Director, volv global
Nicholas Valle
AI & Digital Health

An approach in using AI and landmarking to quantify at-home or in-clinic video assessments

Yury Rozenman
AI & Digital Health

Redefining patient roles- Speeding up time to treatment through AI-based digital health

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AI & Digital Health, Thursday 25 April 2024

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