The 7th Annual Big Data Conference: AI in Healthcare and Latin America focuses on the digital transformation initiatives in Latin America and the use of AI tools and methodologies to drive analytics, expedite diagnosis processes, and improve accuracy to achieve better outcomes. Big Data 2023 offers in-depth discussion with some of the top industry leaders in business, innovation, healthcare systems, and academia from Latin America, local and national regions. This limited admission event is tentatively scheduled for February 1, 2023. Doors open at 12:00 noon, and the event begins at 1:00 PM, followed by a networking reception in the early evening.
Sponsorship opportunities are available. Please contact IDSC@miami.edu for more information.
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About the Big Data Conference
The Big Data Conference began in September of 2016 as an IDSC collaboration with co-founders Prof. Joseph Johnson from the Miami Herbert Business School and Prof. Mitsu Ogihara from the Department of Computer Science. The 6th annual and 2nd virtual Big Data Conference was held on Thursday, December 9, 2021, 2:00-5:00 PM (Catch the Replay). Keynote Speaker Michael Mylrea kicked off with an in-depth discussion of “Creative Destruction” and the effects of Big Data, blockchain, AI, and real-time analytics on organizational change. The Conference featured other guest speakers, including some of the top industry leaders in innovation, business, and technology from local, national, and international arenas. Panel Topic: “Transformation of Institutions, Industries and Government by Big Data, AI, and Extended Reality (XR) Technologies”