Join us for an evening of learning, lively discussion, and a couple of presentations around the latest uses and the future promises of AI in healthcare.
John Fraser: Co-Founder and CEO of Treatment.com. Treatment.com's diagnostic and treatment services are powered by their Artificial Intelligence engine Merlin, thus assisting consumers and healthcare professionals in making their clinical decisions quickly, accurately, and effectively. John is a software and technology expert who has built and sold several healthcare companies.
Dr. Julian Wolfson: Assistant Professor, University of Minnesota Division of Biostatistics. Dr. Wolfson's expertise lies in the Machine Learning realm of AI, particularly as applied to large, messy datasets. His main interest is in developing tools to extract meaning from large datasets across a variety of domains, including infectious disease, healthcare systems, and smartphone sensor technology.
Kerrie Holley: A former IBM fellow, and current Optum Fellow, The Chicago Tribune described Kerrie Holley as “a remarkable person,” and Forbes referred to him as “The Big Deal.” Kerrie’s focus is on cognitive computing, artificial intelligence, machine learning, platform thinking, genomics, and IoT. Kerrie will discuss what the World Economic Forum described as the 4th Industrial Revolution (AI) and the incredible opportunity to help people live healthier lives and make health care work better as a result. In this talk he will cover the opportunity to leverage artificial intelligence, machine learning, Internet of Things, and other technologies to improve health care.
5:30-6pm -- Dinner and networking
6-7pm -- Program
7-7:30pm -- Finish food and networking
Parking & Transportation Options
Fredrikson & Byron is located in the US Bank Building just off 5th street & 2nd avenue in downtown Minneapolis. Entrance to the parking ramps is off 5th on the East side of the building. Additional parking can be found at the US Bank ramp on 7th St & 3rd Avenue, or the 5th Street Ramp on 5th and Marquette.
Metro Light Rail runs down 5th street and has a stop at Government Plaza, across the street diagonally from the US Bank Building.