Data Science and AI have the potential to make national-scale improvements to health and care in the UK. In order to take advantage of these opportunities, organisations need a workforce with the capability to identify and devise data-driven AI solutions that can support, augment and enhance human decision-making in health.
To help organisations build this capability, HDR UK and Cambridge Spark are working in partnership to deliver the AI Apprenticeship Academy for Health. The Academy will provide organisations with a solution to build their AI capability through upskilling their workforce and training new talent. For learners, the Academy is an opportunity to upskill themselves with a government-funded qualification equivalent to a Masters degree.
In this webinar, we will explore:
- The applications and benefits of AI in health
- How the the AI Apprenticeship Academy for Health will build AI capability
Dr Raoul-Gabriel Urma
Dr Raoul-Gabriel Urma is the CEO and founder of Cambridge Spark. He is author of several programming books, with over 40,000 copies sold globally, and holds a PhD in Computer Science from Cambridge University. His research interests lie in the area of programming languages, compilers, source code analysis, machine learning and education. Raoul has advised and worked for several organisations on large-scale software engineering projects including at Google, Oracle, eBay and Goldman Sachs.
Dr Susheel Varma
Dr Susheel Varma joins HDR UK as the Director of Engineering to provide technology leadership and delivery of all technology infrastructure projects in HDR UK. He also provides alignment to HDR UK’s international strategy across HDR UK’s portfolio of research hubs, (meta)data alliance, training and infrastructure projects.
He graduated from Pondicherry University with a degree in Information Technology and a Master’s in Advanced Software Engineering and a doctorate in Computational Systems Biology from the University of Sheffield.
He was also the Human Genomics and Translational Data Platform Coordinator at ELIXIR, he leveraged his broad operating range to lead the development and operations of a portfolio of core infrastructure activities in EMBL-EBI to align with European Research Infrastructures – EMBL, ELIXIR & EOSC and international activities – GA4GH, where he continues co-lead three Cloud Computing standards in Genomics & Healthcare.
This webinar is for:
- Team leaders looking to upskill their team for data science and AI
- HR/L&D professionals working in the health sector
- Any analysts working in health looking to develop their AI skillset
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