The AI LA Community is hosting its second annual Life Summit virtually this year! SAVE THE DATES: October 13-15th.
As the world had only begun to embrace the possibilities and promise that a new decade brings, our sense of “normal” was stopped in its tracks by the sudden and tragic emergence of the global Coronavirus pandemic. With millions infected, hundreds of thousands perished, and socioeconomic hardship brought about by mandatory quarantines, few lives have been left untouched.
All eyes have now focused on the world of biomedical science, both for delivering the vaccines and therapeutics necessary to overcome the current pandemic and to usher in a bigger, better and brighter future for us all.
In historical never before seen fashion, research labs, hospitals, and private industry have all opened their doors to collaborate, contribute, and innovate in a global effort against COVID-19.
Over the course of just five months, the pandemic has accelerated data-driven approaches through the adoption of telemedicine, R&D in computational biology, health care and infectious disease response.
Join AI LA for a three-day tribute to this unprecedented advance in knowledge, progress, data collection, and a preview of what tomorrow might bring.
On Day One, we reflect back on the rapid response in the health care and science communities as a new threat emerged.
On Day Two, world-renowned experts in computational biology and life science help us recenter for a deeper understanding of ongoing research and future data analysis trends.
On Day Three, we reimagine a post-COVID19 biotechnology foundation that will allow us to keep solving, keep pushing, and establish new frontiers of research.
- Tuesday — October 13, 2020
8:00AM - 11:59PM
AI LA is a community of today's most curious minds focused on tomorrow’s most challenging problems. We explore artificial intelligence, machine learning, and other emerging technologies, and the impacts they will have on humanity. We acknowledge that AI is influenced by both art and science, and that human concerns outweigh technological ones.