Entrepreneurship and AI Current Trends: Learn about one CEO's experiences and gain strategies for your own journey

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Virtual: Zoom

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Do you have a great idea for an AI (Artificial Intelligence) product but do not know how to market it? Do you have a great marketing strategy but just need the right product?  Are you curious about the world of AI and Entrepreneurship? Join CARE-AI (the Centre for Advancing Responsible and Ethical AI), John F. Wood Centre for Business and Student Enterprise, and Connor Atchison founder and CEO of Wisedocs, in the unique joint seminar series where we will discuss the current trends in AI and Entrepreneurship. Connor will share his journeys; what he wishes he would have known before and what advice he would give to those starting out. Learn how CARE-AI and the John F Wood Centre for Business can help you with your journey. 

Session is open to U of G students, faculty, staff and affiliates.

Keynote Speaker: Connor Atchison

Connor Atchison is the Founder of Wisedocs and a 12-year veteran of the Canadian Armed Forces. His military service included leadership over combat arms and healthcare operations units, and he has a Masters in Health Policy and continued education in Computer Science and Accounting. Prior to Wisedocs, Connor led the healthcare operation for New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island, controlling $35m CAD in spending and management. There he experienced firsthand the many challenges health administrators face processing and reviewing medical files. Millions of dollars a year can be wasted due to a lack of solutions to help medical evaluators quickly understand large medical documents.

At Wisedocs, Connor has developed proprietary algorithms to solve this painful process,  working with Dr Wei Sun at the University of Waterloo to create patented technology that can review and analyse large amounts of medical data in as little as 30 minutes. Wisedocs now holds multiple patents on this technology and has reviewed over 7.5 million medical documents to date.

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