The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the digital transformation of health care in Canada and around the world. Innovations in artificial intelligence and machine learning are at the core of this transformation, and could play a significant role in future economic-recovery efforts. Soyean Kim, director of digital products at Providence Health Care in B.C., Katy Yam, general manager of FounderFuel at Real Ventures, and Dr. Fahad Razak, physician and scientist at St. Michael’s Hospital and The University of Toronto, joined The Logic‘s David Skok for a virtual discussion on AI’s role in shaping health care, what lessons the health-care sector can learn from other industries and what Canada’s AI talent stream means for the growth of companies in the health AI space. This event was sponsored by Microsoft Canada, with special remarks from Dr. Helia Mohammadi, chief data scientist and healthcare industry lead.
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