The LAEDC’s next Future Forum featuring the topic of Healthcare Personalization will take place on October 2, 2019. The Future Forum series is presented by California State University, Dominguez Hills.
This unique event has gathered leading industry experts and developers of advanced technology to take a closer look at what the future holds for healthcare personalization.
Join the conversation and gather insights from SOPHiA GENETICS, whose mission is to combine the first two pillars of Data-Driven Medicine, Genomics and Radiomics to ensure that the data used to help patients today will also benefit the patients of tomorrow. BioStrap, a company in the wearable space, focused on clinical-quality heart analysis, implementing fascinating tech that captures over 2,000 heartbeats every 24 hours, analyzing 29 different parameters, then analyzing against all of your other heartbeats from the last 24 hours. AppliedVR, operating in virtual reality; transforming the patient experience in hospitals, surgery centers, and exam rooms across the country. FocusMotion, creating data-driven orthopedic recovery solutions to automatically assess and monitor pre- and post-operative patients, building the deep learning and diagnostic AI that will transform human recovery. LAEDC, whose mission is to advance opportunity and prosperity for all and the creation of well-paying jobs in the region. This cutting-edge forum will set precedents for meaningful networking and partnership opportunities to enhance and promote the future of healthcare in L.A. County.
Wednesday, August 28, 2019, 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM at WeWork 177 East Colorado Blvd., Pasadena, CA
Come join us to connect with your fellow women in tech and learn more about Cognitive AI and how Beyond Limits is applying AI technology for the world’s most demanding industries. We’ll be talking about the cutting-edge projects we’re working on, our dynamic culture, and the many ways in which we support diversity & inclusion within our company and the larger AI industry. Above all, enjoy a chic happy hour alongside some valuable networking with like-minded females!
After Beyond Limits’ overview, the rest of the evening will be spent socializing. Beyond Limits will also be doing demos of their product offering for those interested in learning more about the company.
Check-in – take the elevators to the 2nd floor and check-in at WeWork’s main desk, and you will be directed to the event
Glendale Tech Week 2019 events have gone live! We’ve got 45 pop-up events this year, from an Artificial Intelligence presentation by Beyond Limits, to a talk on the powers and pitfalls of mobile app development, and even a free “tech ride” at Sync Yoga. View the full lineup here, and check out some more opportunities to get involved:
Nominate an outstanding techie to shine at our Tech Awards. Deadline to apply is August 26.
Apply to compete at Pitchfest. Applications close this Sunday, August 18.
It is quite likely that your data WAS breached as over 100 million people were affected.
Equifax has been ordered to pay a $700 million settlement in response to their 2017 data breach. A whopping $425 million of that total is eligible to be paid out to consumers affected by the breach. First step: check if you’re eligible. If you are, then it’s time to file a claim. Lastly, you’ll need to decide: do you take (up to) $125 in cash or 10 years of credit monitoring. Depending on the number of claims, it’s likely that the more valuable optionis the 10 years of credit monitoring. Make sure to file your claim by January 22, 2020.
Glendale, California boasts a thriving tech ecosystem that is home to over 1000 high tech firms that generate over $5 billion dollars in sales each year and employ over 41,000 people. Get in on the action during Glendale Tech Week 2019 and during our year round programming.
The French parliament has just approved a 3% digital sales tax aimed at closing the loopholes big tech companies use to bring down their tax bills.
The plan: The tax on sales generated in France will apply to companies with global revenues over €750 million ($849 million) or French revenues over €25 million. It is expected to raise about €500 million a year.
A backlash: Inevitably, most of the companies affected are based in the US. It’s for that reason that the US government has ordered an inquiry into the new tax, with the potential to implement tariffs on French goods in retaliation.
First of many: The low tax yield from wealthy global tech firms is controversial far beyond France. The UK, Spain, Italy, and Austria are considering similar sales taxes, raising the question of how the US will respond if they take effect. Perhaps it might even prompt countries to finally agree on some common tax rules.
source: MIT Technology Review and Wall Street Journal