Advancing Data Technologies to corner AMR 2019: International Matchmaking Symposium
Artificial Intelligence, Internet-of-things and Blockchain to corner the escalating global threat of Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR).
AMR Insights is hosting an International Matchmaking Symposium on ‘Advancing Data Technologies to corner AMR 2019‚Äô which is taking place on 5th June 2019 at the Royal Tropical Institute in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
The symposium will showcase how we can utilise Artificial Intelligence, Internet of (Diagnostic) Things and Blockchain to fight against Antimicrobial Resistance. This will involve key note lectures by pioneers and SMEs, orchestrated matchmaking, round-table sessions, an information exhibition and networking lunch. The Information/Exposition Market will provide an opportunity to exhibit and showcase your organisation. Find out more here.
The event is targeted at those working within the following: pharma, biotech, diagnostics, vaccines, IT, data tech and tech services. In addition, it is aimed at people working in diagnostic labs, CRO‚Äôs, hospitals, as well as scientists in academia, business angels and financiers, authorities and NGO‚Äôs. This event comes at a key time, with AMR roughly causing 700,000 casualties every year, with potential deaths rising to 10 million per year and costing the global economy up to $100 trillion by 2050. One such way we can tackle AMR is through AI, IoT and Blockchain, which shall be demonstrated at this event.
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About AMR Insights:
AMR Insights was established in 2017 as a network-based organisation interacting with professionals from all over the world in human and veterinary health, agri-food and environment. It aims to curb Antimicrobial Resistance by informing (through an information platform and e-newsletter), educating (through AMR masterclasses and seminars) and connecting (through the International Matchmaking Symposia). AMR Insights focuses on six key areas where information is needed on AMR: healthy patients; effective surveillance; healthy animals; secure food; clean environment; and smart innovation.