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AI students optimistic about healthcare innovation at Intel Vision
As the pandemic nears its third year, healthcare remains top of mind for many people.
Intel on Tuesday gave three students a high-profile platform at Intel Vision 2022. These young innovators all chose to share how they’d use technology to address healthcare challenges. They envision a world where tech can improve healthcare access and equity, identify biomarkers of disease before long-term debilitating illness takes hold, and empower the visually impaired with tools that can enhance their sensory experiences.
The students were among about 230 innovators from 20 countries. Participants in Intel’s inaugural AI Global Impact Festival in 2021 submitted proposals on how AI innovation could enrich people’s lives. Participants also had an opportunity to win prizes totaling $200,000, opportunities for mentorships, internships, and chances to win Intel-powered laptops.
Three festival winners joined Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger live on stage in Texas at one of the company’s highest profile annual events.
Gelsinger asked them: What’s the biggest challenge for the future, and how would you use tech to solve that problem?
Here’s some of what they had to say: Arnav Bawa: AI to detect epileptic seizures Bawa , 20, is set to graduate this spring from Chandler-Gilbert Community College in Arizona. He also participated […]