I’m happy to share that I’ll speak at the Digital Health Live event in Dubai early May. It’s an honor to get included in the list of speaker with such amazing experts of digital health. See you there!
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I’ve given speeches and master courses at several Medicine X events in the past and I’m honored to be invited again for this year’s Medicine X! All I can tell now is that I “might” give a keynote and give some master courses about very exciting topics.
Please register as soon as possible because the event gets full very fast. See you there this September!
Medicine X is a catalyst for new ideas about the future of medicine and health care. The initiative explores how emerging technologies will advance the practice of medicine, improve health, and empower patients to be active participants in their own care. The “X” is meant to encourage thinking beyond numbers and trends—it represents the infinite possibilities for current and future information technologies to improve health. Under the direction of Dr. Larry Chu, Associate Professor of Anesthesia, Medicine X is a project of the Stanford AIM Lab.
I’m flying to Melbourne to give a keynote at Australia’s premier digital health, e-health & health informatics conference called HIC 2014. My keynote, The Guide to the Future of Medicine, will feature directions medicine is heading at the moment accompanied by a guide to help everyone prepare for this future world. I’ll live tweet during the event through #hic2014.
See you there!
I’m happy to speak again at the upcoming Doctors 2.0 and You event in Paris which is the prime time conference of the intersection between medicine and digital.
This year, I will give a mastercourse about curating social media in medicine; and I’ll close the conference with my keynote about the future of medicine.
See you in Paris!
Len Starnes, digital health guru approached me a few days ago about how I see the future of medical conferences. I told him my views and he just published an amazing presentation under the catchy title, The medical conference is dead, long live the medical conference. Check it out!
Last week, I attended Singularity Summit Europe in Budapest at an amazing venue (Ferenc Liszt Academy of Music). Here are some notes I took during the event.
We have to accept the exponential changes in technologies, but should not exaggerate it.
The potential developments in biotechnology might not come from huge companies but brave youngsters. An example is mirOculus which makes it possible to screen cancer types using microRNAs.
Robots/drones that can communicate with each other become smarter and smarter.
Exoskeletons let disabled patients walk again.
Humanoid robots with artificial intelligence will be commercially available soon.
3D printing could be mainstream in months.