MaGIC Academy : Digital Health Sharing Session

About the Speaker:

Eddy Lee headed the investments at a Silicon Valley-based VC, and has just relocated to Southeast Asia. His investments include Tech In Asia, iMoney, Hijup, Scanadu, Sense.ly and Alodoktor. He is now helping a former portfolio digital health startup to enter Asia, and advising various regional startups. Concurrently, he is a consulting professor at Stanford University, and a mentor at Stanford's StartX incubator. He is an electrical and medical engineer by training, and previously worked at Marvell Semiconductor, a chip design firm.

Talk Details & Key Takeaways:

Imagine this: Just as your programmed dream on a Jamaican beach concludes with that perfect sunset, you are gently roused from sleep by your brain stimulation band. Once in the bathroom, your vital signs and urinary analysis are displayed on your contact lens along with recommendation how you should adjust your week's diet and exercise to stay healthy.

In this talk, Eddy Lee will be sharing more on health technologies that would make the above an ordinary morning in our near future. Besides, he will showcase the advances in artificial intelligence, wearable, personalised medicine, and connected health, along with business opportunities in Malaysia or other emerging markets.

Target Audience:

  • Startup founders, CEOs who are keen to understand more and gain insight in digital health and its emerging market opportunity.

  • Physicians who desire to improve the public health and are concerned about how technologies help.

  • Software developers and hardware tinkerers who want to understand more about the current and future digital health technologies.
  • And also anyone that feels interested and want to know more!

6.00 – 6.30 pm – Registration
6.30 – 7.30 pm – Sharing and Q&A session
7.30 – 8.00 pm – Networking Session

Tue Nov 3, 2015
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM MYT
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