New horizons for Connecting Health – Artificial Intelligence and Entrepreneurship
Participate in a 2-day conference focusing on artificial intelligence and entrepreneurship.
Aalborg University Copenhagen
and Danish Technical University
Start: 25.04.2019 | at 9:30 AM
End: 26.04.2019 | at 5:00 PM
On the conference you will gain new knowledge on the latest research within Health AI and innovative telehealth technologies, products and methods. The two days is filled with an inspiring program which facilitates great discussion, collaborative opportunities and networking. The conference format is presentations, interactive workshops and break-out sessions, discussions, networking, exhibition and pitch sessions.
Two days with different perspectives
You can attend either one or two of the conference days.
25 April 2019 focuses on artificial intelligence viewed from a research and a clinical perspective. This day will take place at Aalborg University Copenhagen. During the day you can participate in one of the four workshops:
- Generating Business and Value through Healthcare AI
- Human Perspective in Using AI in Clinical Practice – Opportunities and Challenges
- Global Issues in healthcare AI
- Do you want to be a scholar at CITRIS?
Read more about the program for 25 april here.
26 April 2019 focuses on Innovation, entrepreneurship, and development of products, methods and market. This day will take place at Danish Technical University. During the day you can participate in one of the three workshops:
- Entrepreneurship Education in DK and US
- Translating Research to Business
- Investing in Health Care Start-ups and Entrepreneurs
Read more about the program for 26 april here.
Who should attend?
All health professionals, researchers, clinicians, product developers, industry representatives, entrepreneurs, healthcare leaders and innovation officers.
The TTRN CPH2019 organizing committee looks forward to stimulating discussions that advance technologies used to improve patient service and outcomes and artificial intelligence.
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.