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Join us for a two day conference involving multiple stakeholders and perspectives including industry, academic and clinical sites to explore opportunities and challenges in the funding, design, implementation, evaluation and commercialization of AI and other technology systems for healthy aging and to support persons with Alzheimer's Disease and related dementias. We have reserved  block room rates for The Study, a Philadelphia hotel in short walking distance to the event that takes place on the Penn campus. Please use the links to register and make hotel reservations.

 

A conference agenda can be found here.

Keynote Speakers
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Suchi Saria, PhD

John C. Malone endowed Chair and Director of the Machine Learning, AI and Healthcare Lab

Johns Hopkins

Founder and CEO of Bayesian Health

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Joel Dudley, PhD

Partner

Innovation Endeavors

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Andrew Toy

Chief Executive Officer

Clover Health

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Oded Nov, PhD

Technology Management and Innovation Department Chair

Morton L. Topfer Professor

NYU Tandon School of Engineering

Reuben Ng PhD

Lee Kuan Yew School of

Public Policy

National University of Singapore

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Ross Koppel, PhD

Professor, Biomedical Informatics

Perelman School of Medicine

University of Pennsylvania

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Rui Zhang PhD, FAMIA

Founding Chief,

Division of Computational

Health Sciences

Medical School

University of Minnesota

Amanda Lazar, PhD

Assistant Professor

College of Information Studies

University of Maryland

Todd Haim, PhD

Director, Office of Strategic Extramural Programs (OSEP) NIH/NIA

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