Aging in Place – Idealistic or Realistic: Can Technology Bridge the Gap?

Los Gatos
Thu, Nov 14, 2019, 5:00 PM (PST)

Los Gatos

David C Martin, Hacker-in-Residence, CTO Office, IBM is our speaker for this evening. With so much technology around - understanding what is myth and what is reality is important. Come join to us to understand and envision what technology can do today and in the future, to address aging-in-place

David is a distinguished technology and leader whose focus has been on closed loop automated learning for decentralized consumer-facing scenarios leveraging  Artificial Intelligence, machine Learning and deep Learning neural networks, for highly interactive personalized cognitive solutions in healthcare. automotive, travel, entertainment and financial industries. He has. David comes with an extensive background and knowledge working in leadership, strategy and business development roles at IBM, where he worked in various Technology leadership roles and at DELL where he was the CTO of Healthcare and Life Sciences. 


Keynote Speaker

  • David C Martin

    David C Martin

    IBM

    AI Technology Leader, Cognitive Eldercare and Aging at Home, IBM

    David C Martin is a distinguished technology leader whose focus has been on closed loop automated learning for decentralized consumer-facing scenarios leveraging Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Deep Learning neural networks for highly interactive personalized cognitive solutions in healthcare, automotive, travel, entertainment and financial industries.

    David comes with a...

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  • When

    Thursday, Nov 14
    5:00 PM - 7:00 PM (PST)

    Where

    Sunny View Retirement Community
    22445 Cupertino Road CupertinoCA

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  • Aparna Pujar

    Aparna Pujar

    Enfavr

    Founder and CEO

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