Cognitive Network™ Presentation at Bio-IT World
May 23-25, 2017 – Boston, MA
The Annual Bio-IT World Conference & Expo is being on May 23-25, 2017 in Boston, MA. At this conference, Kristophe Diaz, Scientific Program Manager at Cohen Veterans Bioscience, and David King, Founder and CEO of Exaptive Inc., will discuss the Cognitive Network™ platform during the session, Collaborative Science: Platforms & Software Tools For Decision Management & Data Sharing.
There is increasing agreement in the scientific community that the difficult problems we are trying to solve today will require collaboration across large teams of researchers. This talk will explore a new approach to data analytics called the “cognitive network”, which is aimed at facilitating innovation at a broader level.
As a collaborative effort between Cohen Veterans Bioscience and Exaptive Inc., the Cognitive Network™ platform will create an interconnected research community in which researchers can use the Exaptive Xap Builder to create interactive data applications that can analyze data collected in Cohen Veterans Bioscience’s data repository.
For more on the Cognitive Network™:
David King recently conducted a TEDx talk that touches on the Cognitive Network and discusses how technology and big data can mimic exaptation – a term from evolutionary biology – to create new, cross-discipline ideas. This TEDx talk can be viewed here.
For more on the Bio-IT World Conference & Expo:
Since its debut in 2002, the Annual Bio-IT World Conference & Expo has established itself as a premier event showcasing the myriad of IT and informatics applications and enabling technologies that drive biomedical research, drug discovery & development, and clinical and healthcare initiatives.
Spanning three days, the 2017 meeting includes 13 parallel conference tracks and 14 pre-conference workshops. Compelling talks will feature over 260 industry and academic colleagues discussing themes of big data, smart data, cloud computing, trends in IT infrastructure, omics technologies, high-performance computing, data analytics, open source, and precision medicine.