Tuesday, October 24, 2017
IBM’s artificial-intelligence platform Watson first entered the national consciousness in 2011 when it successfully competed on “Jeopardy!” But it has come a long way since then, with applications that can literally save lives. IBM Watson Health marries humanity and technology to usher in an era the company calls “cognitive healthcare,” enlightening providers with data, empowering patients, reducing waste, predicting risks, and personalizing care. Join chief health officer Kyu Rhee and chief science officer Shahram Ebodollahi for a deep dive into how the thinking, reasoning, and learning platform is fueling the rapidly evolving landscape of healthcare.
IBM Astor Place