How can we use artificial intelligence to meet public health needs, improve patient health, simplify the daily lives of health
professionals and define the AI health agenda for 2020 and beyond? The European AI for Health (5 September 2019, Paris, Palais de Tokyo) aims to address the issue by gathering all the actors from the worlds of science, technology, laboratories, major groups and politicians on a European scale.
This conference is part of the AI for Good initiative, launched by Damien Gromier in April 2018 at the National Assembly with the support of Cédric Villani and under the high patronage of François de Rugy. The objective is to respond, through Artificial Intelligence, to the 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations.
Lynkeus will be taking part in the conference, discussing concrete cases and benefits of sharing hospital data at the service of biomedical research.