Join us at this panel discussion and discover how innovative technologies can advance the adoption of AI in our healthcare systems.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has emerged as a promising enabler in revolutionising healthcare, offering heightened efficiency in clinical operations and disease detection. Despite its potential, hurdles like such as data scarcity, privacy concerns, rigorous regulations, and the perceived erosion of the vital clinician-patient bond have restrained its full integration. In this session, we delve into the innovative technologies that may offer solutions to the advancement of a more widespread adoption of AI within the healthcare landscape
Date: 28 Sep 2023, Thursday
Time: 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM (GMT +8:00) Kuala Lumpur, Singapore
Location: A.L.I.C.E @ SGH Campus, Level 2, SingHealth Tower 10 Hospital Boulevard, 168582
Moderator's Profile:Dr Liu Nan, Associate Professor, Centre for quantitative Medicine and Programme in Health Services and Systems Research, Duke-NUS Medical School
Dr Liu Nan is an Associate Professor at the Centre for Quantitative Medicine and Programme in Health Services and Systems Research, Duke-NUS Medical School. Currently, he directs the Digital Medicine Lab. His expertise lies in explainable AI and trustworthy machine learning, applied to medical informatics, emergency care, cardiology, and health innovation. Recognized by Stanford and Elsevier as a World’s Top 2% Scientist, Dr Liu serves on the editorial boards of eminent journals like npj Digital Medicine, BMC Medicine, IEEE Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics, and PLOS Digital Health.
Speaker's Profile:Dr Yang Yinping, Senior Principal Scientist at A*STAR, Director at Centre for Advanced Technologies in Online Safety (CATOS), Lead at Epidemic Preparedness Horizontal Technology Coordinating Office (EP HTCO),
Dr Yang Yinping is a social technologist passionate about driving innovations for industry applications and social good. She is Senior Principal Scientist at A*STAR’s Institute of High Performance Computing (IHPC), and currently leads the Centre for Advanced Technologies in Online Safety (CATOS), which hosts Singapore's national effort to address online falsehood and harms through developing technological solutions. Concurrently, Yinping is the Lead of the Epidemic Preparedness Horizontal Technology Coordinating Office (EP HTCO) that coordinates A*STAR’s efforts in addressing unmet needs in epidemic preparedness. She has extensive experience leading over 15 industry and public sector projects and is an advisor consulted for deep-tech start-ups.
Speaker's Profile:Dr Sebastian Maurer-Stroh, Executive Director, Bioinformatics Institute (BII), A*STAR
Sebastian Maurer-Stroh graduated in theoretical biochemistry at the University of Vienna and obtained his master and PhD from the Institute of Molecular Pathology (IMP). After FEBS and Marie Curie fellowships at the VIB-SWITCH lab in Brussels, he has been leading the sequence analytics portfolio in the A*STAR Bioinformatics Institute (BII) since 2007. He is the Executive Director of BII since January 2021. His team had many successes in Precision Medicine, Consumer Product and Food Safety, and global viral pathogen surveillance through the GISAID initiative that has become the most important source for virus outbreak data sharing and analysis, powering public health responses globally.
Speaker's Profile:Professor Joseph J Y Sung, Distinguished University Professor & Dean, Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine and Senior Vice President (Health & Life Sciences), Nanyang Technologic University ,
Prof Sung received his medical degree (MBBS) from The University of Hong Kong, and conferred PhD in biomedical sciences by the University of Calgary and MD by The Chinese University of Hong Kong. He holds fellowships from multiple organisations worldwide including the Royal Colleges of Physicians of Edinburgh, Glasgow, London, and Australia, the American College of Gastroenterology, the Hong Kong College of Physicians, Japan Gastroenterological Endoscopy Society and Academy of Medicine, Singapore. He has published over 1000 full scientific articles in leading medical and scientific journals and was listed as “Highly Cited Researchers” from 2018 to 2022 by Clarivate Analytics.
Speaker's Profile:Professor Yang You, Presidential Young Professor, National University of Singapore (Computer Science)
Yang You is a Presidential Young Professor at the National University of Singapore. He is on an early career track at NUS for exceptional young academic talents with great potential to excel. He received his PhD in Computer Science from UC Berkeley. His advisor is Prof. James Demmel, who was the former chair of the Computer Science Division and EECS Department. Yang You's research interests include Parallel/Distributed Algorithms, High Performance Computing, and Machine Learning. The focus of his current research is scaling up deep neural networks training on distributed systems or supercomputers.