Refreshing and Infectious Storyteller and Award Winning Digital Health Expert
Bart de Witte hails from Antwerp, Belgium and lived in Brussels, Zürich, Vienna before calling Berlin his home in 2016. He is an inspiring and award winning digital health tech leader who worked as an executive director for the world largest technology vendors. He has been intimately involved as a mentor in the formation and growth of a dozen digital health startups, and lectures at different universities in Germany, Belgium, Switzerland and Austria. He is part of the founding faculty of the European Institute of Exponential Technologies and Desirable Futures, futur.io. An institute that focusses on finding alternative European strategies for this current post-modern era and creating new methodologies for opening up chinks between the diverse possibilities and preferences for more ideal futures offering a greater social benefit.
With his mission to use technology for the greater good, Bart has been on a mission to harness the power of artificial intelligence to help to solve current and future inequalities in healthcare. He wrote his first paper on Artificial Intelligence in 1989 while he was on grammar school, and restated his interest in 2010, while working for IBM. He is the founder of HIPPO AI, an NGO that focusses on Open Sourcing Medical AI. His experience and his vision places him in a unique position to deliver research-based, entertaining, inspirational keynotes around the topic of Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare.
Learn on how Open Data, Open Models and Distributed Learning can be used to develop AI and deep learning in medicine for the common good.
THE STATE OF AI IN PHARMA
BEYOND THE PILL AND VISIONS
AI in Pharma is used for Drug Discovery, Clinical Trail Matching and pharmacovigilance. But similar as in the Automotive Industry, AI will have a strong impact on the Value Chain and Relationships of the Pharmaceutical Industry.
STATE OF AI IN MEDICINE, BEYOND VISIONS
In an Inspiring Keynote, Bart gives a global perspective, and update on the current state of AI in healthcare and makes some predictions that are related to the exponential changes that might occur, and the potential impact it will have.
THE ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENT HOSPITAL
During this Keynote, Bart uses his 20 years of experience of working with Hospitals, and explains on how AI and Design Thinking can create automated self learning environments, which allows Hospitals moving away from paperless towards keyboardless environments
CONSULTANCY & LECTURING
In the course of Bart's professional career he has gained a lot of experience and impressive skills which are the foundation of his freelance work. See how he can support you. To get a full CV or to learn more about his specialties, just contact him.
Unique Lecturing Skills
Since 2014, Bart has been lecturing on international universities in Germany, Switzerland and Austria. He has developed a unique method to educate students and executives, and has a strong focus on applied knowledge and design. At the beginning of his classes he promises to make his audience hungry for more knowledge and confident to actively start shaping the digital future of healthcare. He always receives the highest notes. On request he can sent you his lecturing evaluations feedback.
DIGITALE HEALTH EXPERTISE
With over 20 years of experience in the digital healthcare industry, Bart de Witte has always been a pioneer of innovation to the healthcare industry. His focus has always been on creating value for the entire value chain, and his goal has always been to make healthcare systems more open & connected, more accessible and more democratic. Whether at SAP or IBM, where he has held executive positions in almost all phases of the software lifecycle, or as a mentor in the creation, development and growth of over a dozen startups in the healthcare market, his focus has always been on integrating cutting-edge technology. He combines experience of the „old" and „new“ IT business in the healthcare sector. His strength: identifying patterns and trends across multiple systems to simplify complex decision-making.