Artificial Intelligence is a mélange of a widening spectrum of pioneering technologies which are impacting global population and industries at an ever-increasing rate. In sync with the arrival of the 4th Industrial Revolution, we are moving towards a stage where machines do not necessarily require human intervention. A recent McKinsey Global Institute study predicts that by 2030, up to 30 percent of the world's current human labor could be replaced by intelligent agents and robots. AI is purported to take over several regular activities that humans perform. AI will make the organizations more effective by automating mundane processes and removing errors. Of course, all is not gloom and doom. The existence of AI and other related technologies are facilitating the creation of high-skilled jobs that would take privilege of human creativity and intelligence.

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Diagnosis Made Easier

It is expected that AI will access multiple sources of data to reveal patterns in disease and lay an understanding to aid treatment and care. Diagnostics focuses on implementing AI and machine-learning to improve diagnostic accuracy and to cut costs. AI diagnostics have the potential to improve the delivery and effectiveness of health care. The panel discussion would give a coverage to AI in Diagnosis as an element from a multidimensional perspective.

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What is ethical about it?

The AI code of ethics talks about the role of artificial intelligence as it relates to the continued development of mankind. The purpose of AI is to produce beneficial intelligence rather than undirected intelligence. Privacy and surveillance, prejudice and discrimination and most importantly, the role of human judgement do come into play when we pronounce AI within the healthcare ecosystem.

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AI in Business: The Evangelist View

Artificial Intelligence has moved into the mainstream of business, driven by advances in cloud computing, big data, open-source software, and improved algorithms. AI technologies creates an impact on how we work, live, and manage businesses. Organizational leaders, innovators, and investors look forward to harness the power of AI to create customer value and competitive advantage. The panel discussion would provide a window to how industries across the spectrum – banking, manufacturing, technology companies etc. are capitalizing on the AI opportunity.

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AI and related technologies provide splendid promise to the healthcare sector across the entire value chain. Though there may be certain downsides such as patient safety or data security, artificial Intelligence is being used to emulate human cognition in the analysis, interpretation, and comprehension of complicated medical and healthcare data. While each AI technology can contribute significant value solely, the greater potential lies in the synergies generated by practising them together across the entire patient journey, from diagnoses, to treatment, to ongoing health maintenance etc. In a country where the healthcare systems are evolving and have been tested to the hilt during the last one year, the 2 panel discussions in this segment are expected to pick up two important areas - (1) Diagnosis (2) Ethics



Sunil Kant Munjal

Mr. Sunil Kant Munjal
Chancellor BML Munjal University
Chairman Hero Enterprise

Prof. Ajit Jaokar

Prof. Ajit Jaokar
Course Director AI
University of Oxford

PANEL 1 | Diagnosis Made Easier | 05:00 PM IST

PANEL 2 | What is ethical about it? | 06:00 PM IST

PANEL 3 | AI in Business: The Evangelist View | 07:00 PM IST