The health sensor (and data) revolution
New York, NY (PRWEB) May 03, 2016
- UnitedHealth's Vidya Raman-Tangella on incorporating technology -- including AR/VR, machine learning, apps, robotics and AI -- throughout a major health system
- DARPA's Justin Sanchez on the agency's biological technology initiatives and priorities
- Tel Aviv University & Neurosteer's Nathan Intrator on non-invasive, mobile, detailed cognitive & emotional brain activity interpretation for wellness & disease management
- NeuroVigil, NASA & MIT's Philip Low on brain computer interfaces that allow the disabled to communicate, improve senior care, and monitor healthy brains in various scenarios
- MIT, Empatica, & Affectiva's Rosalind Picard on wearables that track stress, emotions, seizures & social cues
- Cornell Tech's Deborah Estrin on Small Data
- Trauma Surgeon Rafael Grossmann, the first to use AR in the operating room, on technology for better, more humane, medical care
- Olympic Cyclist Sky Christopherson on achieving peak performance with wearables
- Harvard, Mass General, & Brain Power's Arshya Vahabzadeh on the (digital) future of psychiatry
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The conference - sponsored by Takeda, StartUp Health, Neurosteer, OpenBCI and NYeC - will result in interdisciplinary collaboration for less invasive, more accessible, data optimized tools to improve life. It is curated by ApplySci - editors of the ApplySci discoveries blog, and producers of global wearable tech, digital health and neurotech conferences.
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