RAIR Health Limited, a digital contract research organisation (“dCRO”) focused on the generation of proprietary insights from ophthalmic data and images, announces it will be exhibiting at CogX, the global leadership summit and festival of AI & transformational technology, between June 14-16th.
The CogX Festival is the world’s largest gathering of CEOs, entrepreneurs, academics, artists, activists and policy makers working together to address the biggest questions, achievements and challenges of the influential technologies shaping our future.
The fifth edition of the Festival brings together over 100,000 online and in-person visitors and 1,000 speakers across 18 topic stages. Topics range from improving the trustworthiness and safe adoption of AI systems in healthcare, to how other emerging technologies, such as mRNA, telemedicine, microbiome, are reshaping the medical ecosystem.
The RAIR team will be on hand to discuss the application of its data and applied AI services to diseases that manifest in the eye, and how these align with both its customer's algorithmic and conventional product development pathways and the festival's theme of ‘How do we get the next 10 years right?’
We look forward to seeing everyone there!
For further information, please contact:
RAIR Health Limited
Steve Cox Tel: + 44 (0) 20 7924 2345
Chief Executive Officer
Please visit www.rair.ai
About RAIR Health Limited: RAIR is a data-driven digital contract research organisation. It is focused on the provision of solutions related to the application of artificial intelligence in the development of digital health products and the provision of data to meet the growing demand for digital information to support the development pathway. RAIR is focused on those chronic diseases which manifest in the eye which, aside from ophthalmology, include large therapeutic areas like cardiovascular, rheumatological and neurological disease.
About CogX Festival 2021: The CogX Festival is the world’s largest gathering of CEOs, entrepreneurs, academics, artists, activists and policy makers working together to address the biggest questions, achievements and challenges of the influential technologies shaping our future.
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