|18 Feb 2021||17:30 - 18:30 SGT|
Artificial Intelligence techniques like Machine and Deep Learning are becoming mainstream technologies that can analyze large volumes of data and potentially unlock insights especially in biomedical applications. Artificial Intelligence systems in medicine have the potential to have a positive impact for improving healthcare outcomes. These capabilities are becoming mainstream and in early 2020, FDA approved the first cardiac ultrasound software that uses Artificial Intelligence to guide untrained technicians for capturing high quality ultrasound images.
Kirthi K. Devleker is the global Medical Devices Industry Manager at MathWorks. In his current role, Kirthi Devleker closely works with customers developing Digital Health and Medical Devices, academic researchers, and regulatory authorities to help them see the value of modeling & simulation and how one can leverage latest trends such as AI to build the next generation medical devices. Prior to joining this role, Kirthi served as a senior product manager focusing on evolving the roadmap and long-term strategy for Artificial Intelligence and signal processing products at MathWorks. Kirthi has a background in signal and image processing and has been with MathWorks for 10 years. Kirthi has a MS in Electrical Engineering degree from San Jose State University, CA