BASEL LIFE 2018

11–14 September 2018

Congress Center Basel
Switzerland

Artificial intelligence and blockchain in healthcare

Thursday 13 September 2018

14.15 – 16.45

Innovation Forums

Artificial intelligence and blockchain in healthcare

The recent advances in deep learning techniques revolutionized the Artificial Intelligence (AI) and facilitated its application in the pharmaceutical industry. Alongside AI, Blockchain technology is also rapidly gaining popularity in the biopharmaceutical sector. These two technologies are remarkably converging with each other and enabling new, previously unthinkable applications in healthcare. The "Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain in Healthcare" forum is bringing together the AI and Blockchain thought leaders to explore the potential of bridging AI and Blockchain for drug discovery processes and personalized management of life data.

Chairs:
Alex Zhavoronkov (InSilico Medicine, Baltimore, United States)
Verner De Biasi (GSK, Collegeville, United States)
Ulrich Mühlner (GrowthCube Partners GmbH, Basel, Switzerland)
Daniel Burgwinkel (DayOne.swiss, Basel, Switzerland)

14.15
Identifying novel growth opportunities for AI and blockchain in life sciences
N. Goswami
Frost & Sullivan, New Delhi, India

14.45
Healthcare value in the digital age
Sastry Chilukuri (McKinsey, New Jersey, United States

15.00
Improving translation using AI; from biology to programs and programs to the clinic
B. Allgood
Numerate, Inc, San Francisco, CA, United States

15.45
AI & Blockchain in BioPharma: recent trends and strategic implications
Ulrich Mühlner (GrowthCube Partners GmbH, Basel, Switzerland)

15.55
Deep learned multi-modal biomarkers of aging
Alex Zhavoronkov (InSilico Medicine, Baltimore, United States)

16.05
Automated protein engineering. An AI perspective

16.15
Panel on AI in healthcare
Neelotpal Goswami (Frost & Sullivan, New Delhi, India)
Alex Zhavoronkov (InSilico Medicine, Baltimore, United States)
Verner De Biasi (GSK, Collegeville, United States)
Sergey Nikolenko (Neuromation, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation)
Polina Mamoshina (Pharma Al, Insilico Medicine, Baltimore, United States)
Pascal Bouquet (Geneva, Switzerland)

Kairo 1-2

Friday 14 September 2018

10.45 – 17.15

Innovation Forums

Artificial intelligence and blockchain in healthcare

The recent advances in deep learning techniques revolutionized the Artificial Intelligence (AI) and facilitated its application in the pharmaceutical industry. Alongside AI, Blockchain technology is also rapidly gaining popularity in the biopharmaceutical sector. These two technologies are remarkably converging with each other and enabling new, previously unthinkable applications in healthcare. The "Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain in Healthcare" forum is bringing together the AI and Blockchain thought leaders to explore the potential of bridging AI and Blockchain for drug discovery processes and personalized management of life data.

Chairs:
Alex Zhavoronkov (InSilico Medicine, Baltimore, United States)
Verner De Biasi (GSK, Collegeville, United States)
Ulrich Mühlner (GrowthCube Partners GmbH, Basel, Switzerland)
Daniel Burgwinkel (DayOne.swiss, Basel, Switzerland)

10.45
How AI can transform the Life Science Industry
Ruchika Sachdeva (Accenture, Zurich, Switzerland)

11.15
Computational drug discovery: a look at yesterday, today and tomorrow and the role of artificial intelligence
Naheed Kurji (Toronto, Canada)

11.25
Big data analytics for small molecules
Theodore Alexandrov (EMBL - European Molecular Biology Laboratory, Heidelberg, Germany)

12.15
Leveraging the Blockchain from Bench to Bedside – How It Can Benefit the Patient
Verner De Biasi (GSK, Collegeville, United States)

12.45
Deep learning and synthetic data for healthcare
Sergey Nikolenko (Neuromation, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation)

14.45
Blockchain as a disruptive technology in healthcare, governments and businesses
Tetiana Oleksiienko (BitFury, Kiev, Ukraine)

15.15
Guiding principles for blockchain data management
Daniel Burgwinkel (DayOne.swiss, Basel, Switzerland)

15.30
How can blockchain transform the healthcare and pharmaceutical sector
Aji Barot (PhUSE + HealthUnlocked, Kent, United Kingdom)

16.15
Using blockchain for sharing genomic and health data
Kamal Obbad (Nebula Genomics + Longenesis, San Francisco, United States)

16.30
How Blockchain Technology applied to Audit Trail Records Improves Quality and Data Integrity
Mimmo Garibbo (ETHICAL, Basel, Switzerland)

16.45
Panel on blockchain in healthcare
Sergey Nikolenko (Neuromation, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation)
Tetiana Oleksiienko (BitFury, Kiev, Ukraine)
Alex Zhavoronkov (InSilico Medicine, Baltimore, United States)
Lucy Ojomoko (Rockville, United States)
Emil Syundyukov (Riga, Latvia)

Kairo 1-2

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