Webcast: Artificial Intelligence, Operational Intelligence and IoT
Predictions for 2020 promise 50B connected devices and 1.7 megabytes per person, per second. That’s a lot of data to process, and we’re not even including IoT connected cows and cats. How will all that data become actionable, operational intelligence? Beyond Limits, a spin-off from CalTech and NASA Jet Propulsion Labs, believes it has the answer.
Chuck Parker, Global Lead of Healthcare and Life Sciences at Beyond Limits, will discuss how the company is migrating artificial and autonomous intelligence technology used by NASA to run the Deep Space Network (including all rovers) to address the zettabytes of data IoT will employ. The technology is built upon high-speed machine learning engines and includes powerful cognition, prognostication and self-learning intelligence. It’s Automated Intelligent Knowledge bases allow for intelligent interaction with humans to drive automated processes, such as how to sign up for insurance or follow up with patients who need healthcare home monitoring. We will take a look at use cases in the healthcare and energy industries, where the technology is currently deployed.
Please join us for what will be a fascinating conversation. And bring your questions!
Date: June 29, 11:00 am EDT
Chuck Parker, Global Lead of Healthcare and Life Sciences, Beyond Limits
Chuck Parker, Global Lead, Healthcare and Life Sciences, Beyond Limits
Charles (Chuck) Parker is Global Lead of the Healthcare and Life Sciences division of Beyond Limits. Beyond Limits is a portfolio company of ILA Group and is a spin-off entity of the California Institute of Technology (CalTech). It currently focuses on technologies originally developed for NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) and the U.S. Department of Defense.
With more than 20 years of Healthcare IT experience, he has led several research and for-profit initiatives. Most recently as a lead for bringing forward application of NASA developed Artificial Intelligence for the application in healthcare and assisting small start-ups to reach funding rounds. Also prior, he served as the Executive Director of the Continua Health Alliance – a membership-driven company focused on developing an eco-system of interoperable personal health devices – Chuck has been active in leading the industry in the Personal Connected Health area for the past 6 years.
Mr. Parker has collaborated internationally with governments, payers, providers and vendors. Through working with Standards bodies and industry experts, he has worked to instill standards built upon international criteria from IEEE, HL7, Bluetooth, USB, and others. In 2012, Denmark and Singapore began collaborating with Continua to require all personal connected health devices used in their national telemedicine programs were Continua Certified to ensure convenient and secure collection, communication and access to personal health data for its citizens.
Mr. Parker’s experiences include healthcare technology, policy, regulation, and the strategic design of evaluation and measurement strategies. He has led national programs for practice transformation and has served on national and international committees for assessing adoption requirements.
Mr. Parker holds a Master of Science degree in Healthcare Informatics from Northeastern University. He earned his BA in Communication Studies and Business Management at Texas Tech University in Lubbock.Webcast Host:
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