[podcast] Can artificial intelligence and machine learning based solutions address the healthcare challenges?

This Podcast features Professor (Dr) Rishi Sethi and Amit Khare, who were speakers for the Sustainable Development e-Talks (#SDGtalks) - a special series, co-hosted by CNS and Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Indore from World Health Day (7 April 2020) to World Environment Day (5 June 2020). They spoke on "How AI (artificial intelligence) and ML (machine learning) based solutions can address the challenges in healthcare including those in India."

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Prof (Dr) Rishi Sethi is a noted cardiologist, and heart disease and biomedical innovation researcher and advocate. He is a Professor in Department of Cardiology, King George's Medical University (KGMU), and chaired a national team of heart disease scientists to develop India's first-ever national guidelines for management of heart attacks. He is also Dean of Innovations at KGMU and a respected voice in cardiology and biomedical innovations. Past Chairman of STEMI Sub-Speciality Council of Cardiological Society of India, he is also represented on scientific committee of Asia Pacific Society of Interventional Cardiology, and was conferred upon the Fellowships of American College of Cardiology and Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh.
Amit Khare is a co-founder and CEO, Evolko Systems Inc, a California-based medical technology company that provides Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning based solutions to prescreen patients ahead of consultation and post-consultation monitoring during the treatment. Evolko has served over 8 million patients. The Evolko solution is deployed in India in large public hospitals like KGMU Lucknow as well as prestigious private hospitals like Hiranandani Mumbai. Prior to co-founding Evolko Systems Inc, Amit was heading the Software Engineering Division of Oracle at Redwood Shores California. He served for more than 20 years in Oracle, managing global software teams in the USA, Ireland, Romania, and India.

They were in conversation with CNS Managing Editor and Executive Director Shobha Shukla, who is also the coordinator of Asia Pacific media network to end TB & tobacco, and prevent NCDs (APCAT Media).

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CNS team