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HealthQuake – Can AI and other frontier technologies save the health service?

February 28 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm


HealthQuake – Can AI and other frontier technologies save the health service?

The ageing population, under-funding and lack of new blockbuster drugs are all putting massive pressure on global health organisations. However, artificial intelligence, advanced genomics and blockchain will help transform the future of health. Rapid developments in data science is providing the opportunity to deliver the 4Ps of health where a PREDICTIVE, PREVENTATIVE, PERSONALISED and PARTICIPATORY approach will take the pressure away from providing routine treatment and allow resources to be focused on critical care.


If you are involved in life sciences, health or insurance this event brought to you by MINDSTREAM_AI will provide major insights into what the future will bring and how to thrive as a business in this rapidly changing environment.


Expert panel

Rabia Khan – Rabia has a PhD in Human Genetics from McGill and an MBA. Following on from her PhD, she led the commercial arm at Meta (acquired by Chan Zuckerberg BioHub) as VP Commercial Partnerships. Meta is an artificial intelligence company that is transforming how scientific knowledge is experienced and consumed. During this role, Rabia was a key liaison between external partners to build products that leverage Meta’s knowledge graph.

She was also instrumental in the Meta -IARPA partnership. Following Meta, she went on to a post-doctoral fellowship at the Francis Crick Institute, the largest biomedical research facility under a single roof in Europe. As a post-doctoral fellow, Rabia used stem cells to build biologically relevant models of the immune response to infection.

Currently, she is an Exploratory Scientist at BenevolentAI, an AI – enabled drug discovery company. In this role, she leads drug-discovery programs across multiple disease areas.


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