Critical care: Machine Learning in intensive careMaurizio Cecconi, Head of Anesthesia and Intensive Care Humanitas and professor at Humanitas UniversityArtificial Intelligence, technologies and Medicine are working ever closer together: the spread of electronic medical records and the progress of monitoring devices have made it possible to collect ever-increasing amounts of patient data, especially in intensive care. Their analytics with machine learning and predictive modeling could provide new insights and improve patient care.
Edible electrical circuits: the new challenges of the pharmaMario Caironi, coordinator of the Printed and Molecular Electronics Laboratory of the IIT Center in MilanTogether with Mario Caironi, of the Italian Institute of Technology, we will explore the research area of ”edible electronics”, or rather, the creation of electronic circuits that are biodegradable and assimilable by the human body that allow, among other things, to create intelligent drugs who can communicate in real time to the doctor or family members when, how and if the patient has taken a drug, and to develop ingestible diagnostic devices.
In the end Giulia Grillo, Minister of Health, will be in connection for a live interview with the director of Wired Italia Federico Ferrazza.
These are just some of the speakers that will take place on the stage of Wired Health, an event created to involve professionals, scientists, professionals, decision makers but also students and researchers who want to be updated on how the internet is transforming the health sector, from its business models to technological solutions, from the frontiers of research to the choices of patients, consumers and citizens.
All those who will participate in the event will be able to preview the issue celebrating 10 years of Wired Italia, a unique edition with 10 great stories of Italian innovation told by 10 great writers. The issue, out on March 14, will also have a new paper version of Wired attached: a tabloid dedicated to professionals that will tackle one industrial sector at a time: let’s start with healthcare.
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The world of healthcare is currently experiencing a profound revolution: on the one hand, a growth in healthcare demand, due to the progressive increase in the average age and the related increase in chronicity. On the other hand, rapid scientific and technological innovation subjects medicine to continuous changes, significantly impacting the evolution of treatments and research, but also of the training of young health professionals. Big data for research and personalized medicine, artificial intelligences to quickly diagnose a pathology, supercomputers … Humanities participates by combining innovation and humanization and training Life Sciences professionals able to work in the world. The key will be to find a synthesis between the use of these new technologies and the cross-contamination of skills.