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AI applications in Healthcare: Pragmatic Case Studies on Innovations and Accessibility

25 October @ 16:00 - 17:30

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We are pleased to invite you to participate in the seminar on AI applications in healthcare given by Cortilia Lin, co-founder of Kyalio, a start-up focusing on VR surgical training. Please find the details below and register via this Link by Oct 20th. We will send you the link for the talk later. AI applications in Healthcare: Pragmatic Case Studies on Innovations and Accessibility October 25 16:00 – 17:30 (Amsterdam Time) Cortlia Lin Co-funder of Kyalio (VR Surgical Training)   Abstract Developing…
We are pleased to invite you to participate in the seminar on AI applications in healthcare given by Cortilia Lin, co-founder of Kyalio, a start-up focusing on VR surgical training. Please find the details below and register via this Link by Oct 20th. We will send you the link for the talk later. AI applications in Healthcare: Pragmatic Case Studies on Innovations and Accessibility October 25 16:00 - 17:30 (Amsterdam Time) Cortlia Lin Co-funder of Kyalio (VR Surgical Training)   Abstract Developing high tech/deep tech solutions has become the trend in the research and start-up space. However, high tech solutions generally mean higher total cost of adoption (e.g. human skill transformation and visionary investment) to potential customers, which leads to a narrower addressable market and less scalable outlook to attract funding. Moreover, with a high productization cost, developers are required to capture high value per transaction. How may researchers and entrepreneurs together bring the high tech solutions to a broader population and allow more to benefit? This talk presents a collection of pragmatic case studies on making high tech solutions accessible with a market definition ultimately creating a stronger impact to healthcare. Bio Cortilia Lin co-founded Kyalio (VR Surgical Training) and set up operations in Singapore, Taiwan and the Netherlands. With 15 years of Healthcare experience in the US, Europe and APAC, she is invited to bring in the comparative viewpoints on entrepreneurship and corporate intrapreneurship across more than 27 countries, from both MNC and start-up perspectives. Cortilia specializes in applying data science for new product design, healthcare portfolio management, innovative sales/marketing strategy, and translating insights into real topline gain. Her work was featured in Harvard Business Review (Traditional Chinese Edition), "Revolutionize Customer Experience with Data Science.”

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25 October
Time:
16:00 - 17:30

We are pleased to invite you to participate in the seminar on AI applications in healthcare given by Cortilia Lin, co-founder of Kyalio, a start-up focusing on VR surgical training. Please find the details below and register via this Link by Oct 20th. We will send you the link for the talk later.

AI applications in Healthcare: Pragmatic Case Studies on Innovations and Accessibility

October 25

16:00 – 17:30 (Amsterdam Time)

Cortlia Lin

Co-funder of Kyalio (VR Surgical Training)

 

Abstract

Developing high tech/deep tech solutions has become the trend in the research and start-up space. However, high tech solutions generally mean higher total cost of adoption (e.g. human skill transformation and visionary investment) to potential customers, which leads to a narrower addressable market and less scalable outlook to attract funding. Moreover, with a high productization cost, developers are required to capture high value per transaction. How may researchers and entrepreneurs together bring the high tech solutions to a broader population and allow more to benefit? This talk presents a collection of pragmatic case studies on making high tech solutions accessible with a market definition ultimately creating a stronger impact to healthcare.

Bio

Cortilia Lin co-founded Kyalio (VR Surgical Training) and set up operations in Singapore, Taiwan and the Netherlands. With 15 years of Healthcare experience in the US, Europe and APAC, she is invited to bring in the comparative viewpoints on entrepreneurship and corporate intrapreneurship across more than 27 countries, from both MNC and start-up perspectives.

Cortilia specializes in applying data science for new product design, healthcare portfolio management, innovative sales/marketing strategy, and translating insights into real topline gain. Her work was featured in Harvard Business Review (Traditional Chinese Edition), “Revolutionize Customer Experience with Data Science.”

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