On 17 May 2019 AI Innovation of Sweden at Lindholmen Science Park are inviting you to an international outlook – Engineering for the human in an AI fueled future. How will the AI fueled future affect us and how can we through engineering create a human centered technology? International speakers are:
Dr. Philip D. Anderson, MD and Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at the Harvard Medical School and the Director of International Collaborations for the Department of Emergency Medicine at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) in Boston. He has advised governmental organizations, academic and private healthcare institutions on the development and optimization of acute and unscheduled care delivery systems in over a dozen countries and has also served as an advisor to the World Health Organization. Dr. Anderson has published over 30 original articles, reviews, chapters and books on Emergency Medicine topics and is a frequent lecturer at international emergency medicine scientific conferences on topics related to ED operations and management.
Lex Fridman is a research scientist at MIT, working on computer vision and deep learning approaches in the context of semi-autonomous vehicles and more generally human-centered artificial intelligence systems. His work focuses on learning-based methods that leverage large-scale, real-world data, with the goal of building intelligent systems that have real-world impact. Lex received his BS, MS, and Ph.D. from Drexel University where he worked on applications of machine learning, computer vision, and decision fusion techniques in a number of fields including robotics, active authentication, and activity recognition. Before joining MIT, Lex was at Google working on deep learning approaches to large-scale behavior-based authentication.
Markus Lingman is a trained internal medicine specialist, cardiologist and researcher working as chief strategy officer at Halland Hospital group, Region Halland, Sweden. He holds a PhD in cardiology from the Sahlgrenska Academy in Gothenburg and his current academic focus is on data driven care with applied AI aiming at precision clinical care and management. Markus has a background in healthcare management and part of his current role is to articulate future directions for the care system.
Bryan Reimer, Ph.D., is a Research Scientist in the MIT AgeLab and the Associate Director of The New England University Transportation Center. His work aims to find solutions to challenges associated with driver attention management, distraction, automation and the use of advanced driver assistance systems to maximize mobility and safety.