The Big Health Data event is Feb. 21-23, at Nova University in FLL. The Event is Hybrid.
Join us physically or virtually.
The event brings together experts on health data issues, concerns, sharing, privacy, legal, storage, access, bias, transparency, clinical trials and more.
IBM, EY, Microsoft, UCF, MIT, more.
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Feb. 21st, Monday
Arrival & Networking Reception 4:30-6:30
Health Data For Good Committee Sessions; Exhibitor Setup
Feb. 22nd, Tuesday
0800 Doors Open
0900 Presentations Begin
Abstract: For over 40 years, quantum computing has intrigued and amazed scientists and non-scientists in its future possibility for solving problems that are intractable using classical computing. Over the last six years, IBM has made real quantum computers available on the cloud so that clients, students, and researchers can begin to learn and experiment with this new way of computing. We’ll see what potentials exist in the heathcare/life sciences industry, the state of quantum computing today, and how you can get on the right path to make the earliest use of this rapidly evolving technology.
Our discussion will cover the central theme of simplifying complex technologies as well as use cases that have a positive outcome. We will specifically dive into the successful implementation of a machine learning model that assisted a diagnostic laboratory to increase their revenue. We will also demonstrate the benefits gained from having a successful partnership between vendor and client.
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