Special Speaker

Audrey Tang
Opening Speaker

Audrey Tang Minister without Portfolio, Executive Yuan

Digital Social Innovation: Taiwan Can Help

Abstract

When we see “internet of things”, let’s make it an internet of beings.
When we see “virtual reality”, let’s make it a shared reality.
When we see “machine learning”, let’s make it collaborative learning.
When we see “user experience”, let’s make it about human experience.
When we hear “the singularity is near”, let us remember: the Plurality is here.

Bio

Audrey Tang is currently Taiwan’s Digital Minister in charge of Social Innovation. Audrey is known for revitalizing the computer languages Perl and Haskell, as well as building the online spreadsheet system EtherCalc in collaboration with Dan Bricklin.

In the public sector, Audrey served on Taiwan national development council’s open data committee and K-12 curriculum committee; and led the country’s first e-Rulemaking project.

In the private sector, Audrey worked as a consultant with Apple on computational linguistics, with Oxford University Press on crowd lexicography, and with Socialtext on social interaction design.

In the social sector, Audrey actively contributes to g0v (“gov zero”), a vibrant community focusing on creating tools for the civil society, with the call to “fork the government.”


Keynotes

Yolanda Gil
Keynote Speaker

Yolanda Gil University of Southern California

Bio

Dr. Yolanda Gil is Director of Knowledge Technologies at the Information Sciences Institute of the University of Southern California, and Research Professor in Computer Science and in Spatial Sciences. She is also Director of the USC Center for Knowledge-Powered Interdisciplinary Data Science. She received her M.S. and Ph. D. degrees in Computer Science from Carnegie Mellon University, with a focus on artificial intelligence. Her research is on intelligent interfaces for knowledge capture and discovery, which she investigates in a variety of projects concerning scientific discovery, knowledge-based planning and problem solving, information analysis and assessment of trust, semantic annotation and metadata, and community-wide development of knowledge bases. Dr. Gil collaborates with scientists in many domains on semantic workflows and metadata capture, social knowledge collection, computer-mediated collaboration, and automated discovery. She is a Fellow of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), and Past Chair of its Special Interest Group in Artificial Intelligence. She is also Fellow of the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI), and was elected as its 24th President in 2016.

Nigel Shadbolt
Keynote Speaker

Sir Nigel Shadbolt University of Oxford

Bio

Professor Sir Nigel Shadbolt is a leading researcher in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and was one of the originators of the interdisciplinary field of Web Science. He is Principal of Jesus College Oxford and a Professor of Computing Science at the University of Oxford. He is chairman of the Open Data Institute which he co-founded with Sir Tim Berners-Lee. In 2009 he was appointed Information Advisor by the Prime Minister and, working with Sir Tim Berners-Lee, led the development of the highly acclaimed data.gov.uk website. In 2010, he joined the UK government’s Public Sector Transparency Board – overseeing Open Data releases across the public sector. He was knighted in 2013 for ‘services to science and engineering’.

Nigel has a degree in Philosophy and Psychology from the University of Newcastle and a PhD in Artificial Intelligence from the University of Edinburgh. In 1983 he joined the Department of Psychology at Nottingham where he established and led a vibrant AI group. In 1992 he became the Allan Standen Professor of Intelligent Systems. He moved to Southampton’s School of Electronics and Computer Science in 2000. At Southampton he researched the next generation of the World Wide Web and was the first Head of the Web and Internet Science Group. At Oxford he has centred his research in human centred AI in a wide range of applications. Most recently he was asked to lead the setting up of the Oxford Institute of Ethics in AI.

With over 500 publications, he has researched and published on topics ranging from cognitive psychology to computational neuroscience, Artificial Intelligence to the Semantic Web. In 2018 he published The Digital Ape: how to live (in peace) with smart machines, described as a ‘landmark book’.

He is a Fellow of The Royal Society, the Royal Academy of Engineering and the British Computer Society.

Wei-Ying Ma
Keynote Speaker

Wei-Ying Ma ByteDance

Democratizing Content Creation and
Dissemination through AI Technology

Abstract

With the rise of mobile video, user-generated content, and social networks, there is a massive opportunity for disruptive innovations in the media and content industry. It is now a fast-changing landscape with rapid advances in AI-powered content creation, dissemination and interaction technologies. I believe the current trends are leading us towards a world where everyone is equally empowered to produce high-quality content in video, music, augmented reality or more – and to share their information, knowledge, and stories with a large global audience. This new AI-powered content platform can further lead to innovations in advertising, e-commerce, online education, and productivity. I will share the current research efforts at ByteDance connected to this emerging new platform through products such as Douyin and TikTok, and discuss the challenges and the direction of our future research.

Bio

Wei-Ying Ma is a Vice President and the Head of AI Lab at ByteDance. He is responsible for fundamental research and technology development in areas including machine learning, computer vision, speech and audio processing, natural language processing, personalized recommendation and search. The technologies from his teams have been used by hundreds of millions of users daily through ByteDance's content platforms and core products such as Jinri Toutiao and Douyin. Prior to ByteDance, Wei-Ying Ma was an Assistant Managing Director at Microsoft Research Asia. He developed many technologies that were successfully transferred to Microsoft’s Bing, Ads Center, Cognitive Services, Exchange, SharePoint, Azure, and Xiaoice. He has contributed to many open-sourced technologies at GitHub, including the Distributed Machine Learning Toolkit, Microsoft Graph Engine and Microsoft Concept Graph.

Wei-Ying Ma has published more than 300 papers at international conferences and in journals. He has been granted with more than 160 patents. He is a Fellow of the IEEE. He has served as program co-chair of the International Conference on World Wide Web (WWW) 2008 and the general co-chair of ACM Special Interest Group on Information Retrieval (SIGIR) 2011. He has served on many editorial boards including ACM Transactions on Information System (TOIS), the ACM/Springer Multimedia Systems Journal, and the Journal of Multimedia Tools and Applications. He was a member of International World Wide Web Conferences Steering Committee from 2010 to 2016. He was awarded a Distinguished Alumni from the EECS of National Tsing Hua University in 2010. He received the honor to deliver a Distinguished Lecture at University of California at Santa Barbara ECE 50th Anniversary in 2013.


Tutorials

Schedule

April 20 (Mon)
Title Wikimedia Public (Research) Resources
Organizers Diego Saez-Trumper and Miriam Redi
Venue Room 1
Session Time 09:00-11:30
Full or half day Half
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April 20 (Mon)
Title Entity Summarization in Knowledge Graphs: Algorithms, Evaluation, and Applications
Organizers Gong Cheng, Kalpa Gunaratna and Evgeny Kharlamov
Venue Room 1
Session Time 14:00-16:30
Full or half day Half
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April 20 (Mon)
Title Fairness and Bias in Peer Review and other Sociotechnical Intelligent Systems
Organizers Nihar Shah and Zachary Lipton
Venue Room 2
Session Time 09:00-11:30
Full or half day Half
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April 20 (Mon)
Title Explainable AI in Industry: Practical Challenges and Lessons Learned
Organizers Krishna Gade, Sahin Geyik, Krishnaram Kenthapadi, Varun Mithal and Ankur Taly
Venue Room 2
Session Time 14:00-16:30
Full or half day Half
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April 20 (Mon)
Title Learning Graph Neural Networks with Deep Graph Library
Organizers George Karypis, Zheng Zhang, Da Zheng, Minjie Wang, Quan Gan
Venue Room 3
Session Time 09:00-11:30, 14:00-16:30
Full or half day Full
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April 20 (Mon)
Title Constructing Knowledge Graph for Social Networks in A Deep and Holistic Way
Organizers Qi He, Jaewon Yang and Baoxu Shi
Venue Room 4
Session Time 09:00-11:30
Full or half day Half
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April 20 (Mon)
Title Mining signed networks: theory and applications
Organizers Aristides Gionis, Antonis Matakos, Bruno Ordozgoiti and Han Xiao
Venue Room 4
Session Time 14:00-16:30
Full or half day Half
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April 21 (Tue)
Title Unbiased Learning to Rank: Counterfactual and Online Approaches
Organizers Harrie Oosterhuis, Rolf Jagerman and Maarten de Rijke
Venue Room 1
Session Time 09:00-11:30
Full or half day Half
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April 21 (Tue)
Title Deep Transfer Learning for Search and Recommendation
Organizers Yanen Li, Yang Yang, Sen Zhou, Mingyuan Zhong, Bo Long
Venue Room 1
Session Time 14:00-16:30
Full or half day Half
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April 21 (Tue)
Title Methods of Corporate Surveillance: a Primer on Experimental Transparency Research
Organizers Isabel Wagner
Venue Room 2
Session Time 09:00-11:30
Full or half day Half
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April 21 (Tue)
Title Challenges, Best Practices and Pitfalls in Evaluating Results of Online Controlled Experiments
Organizers Somit Gupta,Xiaolin Shi, Pavel Dmitriev and Xin Fu
Venue Room 2
Session Time 14:00-16:30
Full or half day Half
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April 21 (Tue)
Title Forecasting Big Time Series: Theory and Practice
Organizers Yuyang Wang, Christos Faloutsos, Valentin Flunkert, Jan Gasthaus and Tim Januschowski
Venue Room 3
Session Time 09:00-11:30, 14:00-16:30
Full or half day Full
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Workshops

Schedule

April 20 (Mon) Full day
10th Temporal Web Analytics Workshop (TempWeb) More Info
Organizers
Marc Spaniol, Ricardo Baeza-Yates and Julien Masanes
April 20 (Mon) Full day
4th International Workshop on Mining Actionable Insights from Social Networks (MAISoN 2020) More Info
Organizers
Marcelo Armentano, Ebrahim Bagheri, Zeinab Noorian and Frank Takes
April 20 (Mon) Full day
The 8th International Workshop on Natural Language Processing for Social Media (SocialNLP 2020) More Info
Organizers
Lun-Wei Ku and Cheng-Te Li
April 20 (Mon) Full day
The Second Workshop on e-Commerce and NLP (ECNLP 2) More Info
Organizers
Shervin Malmasi, Eugene Agichtein, Oleg Rokhlenko, Ido Guy and Nicola Ueffing
April 20 (Mon) Full day
Workshop on Data Science for Social Good More Info
Organizers
Daniela Paolotti, Ciro Cattuto, Stefaan Verhulst and Justin Ginnetti
April 20 (Mon) Half (Morning)
Social Media World Sensors (SIdEWayS) More Info
Organizers
Mario Cataldi, Luigi Di Caro and Claudio Schifanella
April 20 (Mon) Half (Morning)
Innovative Ideas in Data Science (IID) More Info
Organizers
Dafna Shahaf, Robert West and Ashton Anderson
April 21 (Tue) Full day
CyberSafety 2020: The Fifth Workshop on Computational Methods in Online Misbehavior More Info
Organizers
Homa Hosseinmardi, Qin Lv, Richard Han, Srijan Kumar and Neil Shah
April 21 (Tue) Full day
A Decentralized Web workshop 2020 More Info
Organizers
Ruben Verborgh, Allan Third, Sabrina Kirrane and Luis-Daniel Ibanez
April 21 (Tue) Full day
The Fifth International Workshop on Deep Learning for Graphs (DL4G 2020) More Info
Organizers
Jie Tang, Michalis Vazirgiannis, Hongxia Yang and Yuxiao Dong
April 21 (Tue) Full day
LocWeb 2020 at The Web Conference 2020 More Info
Organizers
Dirk Ahlers, Erik Wilde, Rossano Schifanella and Jalal Alowibdi
April 21 (Tue) Full day
II FATES on the Web - Workshop on Fairness, Accountability, Transparency, Ethics and Society on the Web More Info
Organizers
Jonice Oliveira, Caroline Burle, Chiara Renso, Diogo Cortiz, Heloisa Candello, Jeanna Matthews, Livia Ruback and Marisa Vasconcelos
April 21 (Tue) Full day
7th Wiki Workshop More Info
Organizers
Robert West, Miriam Redi and Leila Zia
April 21 (Tue) Half day
6th Web and the City: Web Intelligence and Smart Cities More Info
Organizers
Leonidas Anthopoulos, Marijn Janssen and Vishanth Weerakkody

Events

Web@30

This panel session will examine the evolution of the Web since its creation 30 years ago as it evolved from a technical infrastructure to exchange documents in a specialized environment (high-energy physics) to a mainstream media that is an integral part of today’s global society. During the past three decades, many unexpected phenomena and applications have appeared leading to new and rich research and design opportunities. From this perspective, the panel members will reflect on lessons learned and, given that the Web is fundamentally “an engineered artifact” whose design is influenced by many in The Web Conference (WWW) community, will speculate on what the next 30 years might bring technologically and socially.

Track Chairs

Daniel Schwabe
Daniel Schwabe
Web@30 Track Co-Chair
Pontificia Universidade Católica
Bebo White
Bebo White
Web@30 Track Co-Chair
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory

W3C

The standards developed by W3C and other standardization bodies together makes the Web a platform for innovation, consolidation and cost efficiencies. Today, the Web that supports rich interaction, data, service and trust has become a major driving force and infrastructure for the innovation of human society. Industries transferred by the Web bring new use cases and requirements to the Web standard community and once again trigger innovation for the standard technologies.

W3C has been collaborating with Web Conference through “W3C Track” since 2002, which is an important public forum where W3C technologies are presented. This track is one of the parallel tracks of the core conference. On W3C Track, representatives from W3C community report on the range of Web standard achievements as well as discuss the possible future work with the Web conference attendees.

Track Chair

Chunming Hu
Chunming Hu
W3C Track Chair
Beihang University

Schedule

Date Session Content
April 22
(Wed)
W3C Highlights W3C Overview by W3C Leadership
Web of Things in W3C
W3C Data Activities
Web for All Internationalization @ W3C
Digital Accessibility
Panel Discussion on Web for All
The Future of the Web Update from Machine Learning Workshop
Decentralized Identifiers (DIDs)
Web Authentication
Fake News
Miniapps
Panel discussion on Asian activities

W4A

The W4A conference continues to be a premier venue for research on all aspects of web development, architecture, reach, and accessibility. It has always embraced the potential of new technologies to address the broadest needs and challenges of humans everywhere in the world. No longer do we concern ourselves simply with the potential challenges that technology presents to users. Rather, we look for how technology can be used to provide an accessible user experience for all.

Automation for Accessibility

This year’s special theme is “Automation for Accessibility”. We are witnessing a revolution in assistive technology with the standardization of automation platforms and the lower costs of machine learning and artificial intelligence. What are today’s solutions? What can we expect in the future?

Automation for Accessibility covers a broad spectrum of evaluations, individual adaptations, and Machine Learning/Artificial Intelligence solutions.

Track Chairs

Carlos Duarte
Carlos Duarte
W4A Track Co-Chair
Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa
Ted Drake
Ted Drake
W4A Track Co-Chair
Intuit

Speakers

Ricardo Baeza-Yates
Ricardo Baeza-Yates
CTO
NTENT

We are extremely proud to announce that Ricardo Baeza-Yates will be a keynote speaker for the W4A. He is a longtime supporter of this conference as a mentor and teacher of multiple researchers, technologists, and conference leaders.

Ricardo’s recent research explores the impact of bias in artificial intelligence. As Ricardo has written, “Bias on the Web reflects both societal and internal biases within ourselves, emerging in subtler ways. ... Bias has been intrinsically embedded in culture and history since the beginning of time. However, due to the rise of digital data, it can now spread faster than ever and reach many more people. ... [B]ias affects us all, though much of the time we are unaware it exists or how it might (negatively) influence our judgment and behavior.... We must thus consider and account for it in the design of Web systems that truly address people's needs.” At W4A, Ricardo will discuss how disability-based bias could impact artificial intelligence results.


BIG

The world of data has become really BIG: starting with the desktop, through the mobile phone, and up to the emerging domain of voice AI devices, we are on the cusp of everyday appliances producing a continuous stream of rich data. Such an abundance of data poses significant technical challenges and has driven massive innovation, along with a wide debate in the society on the fairness of its use, privacy, and legal issues.

The BIG Track at The Web Conference 2020 will provide a forum to hear the latest innovations and state of the art approaches from leaders in the big data space, from both academia and industry. BIG (Big Data Innovators Gathering) series of events are co-located with the Web Conference series (2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019). The day will be composed of a set of keynotes, invited talks, and panels.

Track Chairs

Marc Najork
Marc Najork
BIG Track Co-Chair
Google
Meeyoung Cha
Meeyoung Cha
BIG Track Co-Chair
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology

Date

April 21, 2020 (TUE)

Speakers

Towards Fair Human-AI Collaborative Decision Making
Krishna Gummadi
Towards Fair Human-AI Collaborative Decision Making
Krishna Gummadi
Scientific Director
Max-Planck Institute for Software Systems
Healthy Cities: Tracking Population Health from Grocery Bags and Smart Watches
Daniele Quercia
Healthy Cities: Tracking Population Health from Grocery Bags and Smart Watches
Daniele Quercia
Department Head of Social Dynamics
Nokia Bell Labs Cambridge
Reflections of Social Networks
Lada Adamic
Reflections of Social Networks
Lada Adamic
Computational Social Scientist
Facebook
Theory and Systems for Weak Supervision
Christopher Ré
Theory and Systems for Weak Supervision
Christopher Ré
Associate Professor
Stanford University
Big Data with Big Connections
Andrew Tomkins
Big Data with Big Connections
Andrew Tomkins
Director
Google Research
Food and Health - Sensing, Analytics and Intervention
Ee-Peng Lim
Food and Health - Sensing, Analytics and Intervention
Ee-Peng Lim
Professor
Singapore Management University
Naver Search: Artificial Intelligence Powered Search Portal
Hyoju Chung
Naver Search: Artificial Intelligence Powered Search Portal
Hyoju Chung
Leader of Data Science
NAVER Corporation
Advertising Data for Social Good
Ingmar Weber
Advertising Data for Social Good
Ingmar Weber
Research Director
Qatar Computing Research Institute

Panelist

Yoelle Maarek
Yoelle Maarek
VP Research of Alexa Shopping
Amazon
Cristian Danescu-Niculescu-Mizil
Cristian Danescu-Niculescu-Mizil
Assistant Professor
Cornell University
Ed Chi
Ed Chi
Principal Scientist
Google

Schedule

Time Speaker Topic Duration (mins)
09:00-09:15 Chairs Welcome 15
09:15-10:00 Ingmar Weber Advertising Data for Social Good 45
10:00-10:30 Ee-Peng Lim Food and Health 30
10:30-11:00 Coffee Break 30
11:00-11:30 Krishna Gummadi Towards Fair Human-AI Collaborative Decision Making 30
11:30-12:00 Hyoju Chung AI Powered Search Portal 30
12:00-12:30 Christopher Re Theory and Systems for Weak Supervision 30
12:30-14:00 Lunch 90
14:00-14:15 Chairs Townhall 15
14:15-15:00 Lada Adamic Reflections of Social Networks 45
15:00-15:30 Daniele Quercia Healthy Cities 30
15:30-16:00 Coffee Break 30
16:00-16:30 Andrew Tomkins Big Data with Big Connections 30
16:30-17:30 Yoelle Maarek, Cristian Danescu-Niculescu-Mizil, Ed Chi Panel on Conversational Assistance 30

Future of the Web

"Future of the Web" is a new research track at The Web Conference 2020, which will feature invited talks by leading scientists who will outline their vision for the future of web-related research. The track is dedicated to visionary ideas and blue-sky thinking, which will spark discussions and bring new insights both to the WWW community and notably also across disciplines. Speakers in this track will discuss high-risk/high-reward ideas that may open new research avenues that are not yet well covered by the community.

Please note that the track does not solicit submissions and does not have an open call for papers.

Track Chair

Evgeniy Gabrilovich
Evgeniy Gabrilovich
Future of Web Track Chair
Google Health

Date

April 23, 2020 (THU)

Speakers

Andrew Trister
Andrew Trister
MD/Deputy Director
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Amar Subramanya
Amar Subramanya
Director of Google Assistant
Google
Ben Zhao
Ben Zhao
Professor of Computer Science
University of Chicago
Gerhard Weikum
Gerhard Weikum
Research Director
Max Planck Institute for Informatics
Michael Ostrovsky
Michael Ostrovsky
Professor of Economics
Stanford Graduate School of Business
Mor Naaman
Mor Naaman
Associate Professor at Cornell Tech
Cornell University
Mounia Lalmas
Mounia Lalmas
Head of Tech Research
Spotify
Raghu Ramakrishnan
Raghu Ramakrishnan
Technical Fellow/CTO for Data
Microsoft
Soumen Chakrabarti
Soumen Chakrabarti
Professor of Computer Science
IIT Bombay
Data Silos and Privacy in Artificial Intelligence – Advances in Transfer Learning and Federated Learning
Qiang Yang
Data Silos and Privacy in Artificial Intelligence – Advances in Transfer Learning and Federated Learning
Qiang Yang
Professor of Computer Science and Engineering
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Yoelle Maarek
Yoelle Maarek
VP Research of Alexa Shopping
Amazon

Schedule

Time Speaker Duration (mins)
10:30-11:00 Gerhard Weikum 30
11:00-11:30 Amar Subramanya 30
11:30-12:00 Mounia Lalmas 30
12:00-12:30 Soumen Chakrabarti 30
12:30-13:30 Lunch 60
13:30-14:00 Mor Naaman 30
14:00-14:30 Andrew Trister 30
14:30-15:00 Ben Zhao 30
15:00-15:30 Raghu Ramakrishnan 30
15:30-16:00 Break 30
16:00-16:30 Michael Ostrovsky 30
16:30-17:00 Yoelle Maarek 30
17:00-17:30 Qiang Yang 30

Web of Health

Health and medicine are increasingly sought for and delivered online. This presents new opportunities and challenges for healthcare delivery. Moreover, people’s health activity online offers new possibilities for understanding health in ways not previously possible.

The Web of Health track is a dedicated one-day event, designed to bring together healthcare professionals and researchers of the Internet to discuss new opportunities for medical research and for healthcare delivery. This years’ focus will be “What is special about healthcare delivery online?”

This track’s goal is to exchange research paradigms among participants from different fields, including AI, ML, HCI, social medica research, medicine and public health. The event program will include keynotes, invited talks and a discussion panel.

Track Chairs

Elad Yom-Tov
Elad Yom-Tov
Web of Health Track Co-Chair
Microsoft
Feipei Lai
Feipei Lai
Web of Health Track Co-Chair
National Taiwan University

Speakers

Tan Chorh Chuan
Tan Chorh Chuan
Executive Director of Healthcare Transformation
Ministry of Health, Singapore
The current status of Japanese healthcare system
Yasushi Matsumura
The current status of Japanese healthcare system
Yasushi Matsumura
Professor of Medicine
Osaka University
myED: A system for process and delay announcements for emergency departments
Galit Yom-Tov
myED: A system for process and delay announcements for emergency departments
Galit Yom-Tov
Assistant Professor
Technion
Online Chat for Suicide Prevention
Qijin Cheng
Online Chat for Suicide Prevention
Qijin Cheng
Assistant Professor
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Next Generation Healthcare Information System to Support Precision Medicine
Feipei Lai
Next Generation Healthcare Information System to Support Precision Medicine
Feipei Lai
Professor of Computer Science and Information Engineering
National Taiwan University
How Tech will Transform Care
Katherine Chou
How Tech will Transform Care
Katherine Chou
Director of Research and Innovations
Google
Precision Digital Diagnostics and Intervention for Sleep at Scale: What we learned at dayzz on how to help people sleep better
Mairav Cohen Zion
Precision Digital Diagnostics and Intervention for Sleep at Scale: What we learned at dayzz on how to help people sleep better
Mairav Cohen Zion
Chief Science Officer
Dayzz
Elad Yom-Tov
Elad Yom-Tov
Senior Principal Researcher
Microsoft Research Israel

Schedule

Time Content Speakers
09:30-09:40 Opening Remarks Dr. Feipei Lai
Dr. Elad Yom-Tov
09:40-10:40 Keynote 1: How Tech will Transform Care Katherine Chou
10:40-11:00 Break
11:00-12:00 Keynote 2: Prof. Tan Chorh Chuan
12:00-13:00 Lunch
13:00-13:30 The current status of Japanese healthcare system Prof. Matsumura
13:30-14:00 Online Chat for Suicide Prevention Prof. Qijin Cheng
14:00-14:30 Next Generation Healthcare Information System to Support Precision Medicine Prof. Feipei Lai
14:30-15:00 Break
15:00-15:30 myED: A system for process and delay announcements for emergency departments Prof. Galit Yom-Tov
15:30-16:00 Precision Digital Diagnostics and Intervention for Sleep at Scale: What we learned at dayzz on how to help people sleep better Dr. Mairav Cohen Zion