Rebellion Research CEO Alexander Fleiss To Keynote The Florida Blue/GuideWell/USF Data and AI for Health and Wellness
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Policy makers, industry leaders, academics and students interested in the use of data and AI in healthcare can attend this free event.
GuideWell Innovation Center 6555 Sanger Road Orlando, FL 32827
Thursday, January 26, 2023
Florida Blue/GuideWell and University of South Florida Muma College of Business decided to partner! To launch the first Florida Blue/Guidewell/USF Data and AI for Health and Wellness:
Best Practices Forum. Aimed at building an ongoing community around the use of data and AI for good in the healthcare area.
Moreover, the first event will be at the Guidewell Innovation Center in Orlando. In addition, features four keynote talks and a data/AI panel in healthcare. Policy makers, industry leaders, academics and students interested in the use of data and artificial intelligence in healthcare are welcome to attend this free event sponsored by Florida Blue, GuideWell and USF.
Venue Website: guidewellinnovation.com/our-space/
Alexander Fleiss is the CEO, chairman, and co-founder of Rebellion Research. Fleiss founded the firm with Jonathan Sturges, Jeremy Newton, and Spencer Greenberg in 2003. In addition to running Rebellion Research, Fleiss has given numerous university talks and lectures. He teaches at the Cornell Financial Engineering School in Roosevelt Island, New York, where he has also joined the board. In addition, Fleiss teaches at the Fordham Business School, the Columbia University School of Mathematics, the Berkeley Haas Business School, Rutgers Engineering and has taught an AI seminar at Amherst College since 2008.
Furthermore, Fleiss is also the Editor-In-Chief of Rebellion’s daily research publication which has 4 million annual readers. Fleiss has authored over 1,000 academic articles and reports. In 2006, Fleiss was featured in Bloomberg Businessweek for his AI algorithms. In addition, on the cover of the Wall Street Journal in July 2010. Moreover, for his work with machine learning in finance and calling the Greek debt crisis.