Britt Technology Impact Series

Emerging Use Cases for Spatial Computing, 5G, AI and IoT in Health Care

Topics: AI & Machine Learning Big Data / Analytics Entrepreneurial Tech Global Infrastructure Internet of Things Privacy Virtual Reality Security

May 15, 2019

Join the Tuck Center for Health Care and the Center for Digital Strategies for an engaging session with Jennifer Esposito, Vice President, Health at Magic Leap. Come learn with us about emerging use cases for spatial computing, 5G, AI and IoT in health care!

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About Jennifer Esposito:

In January 2019 Jennifer joined Magic Leap as Vice President, Health.  Jennifer worked for over 12 years at GE Healthcare and also spent over 4 years as the General Manager of Health and Life Sciences at Intel Corporation. Jennifer has extensively traveled the globe, regularly meeting with top leaders in industry and government. Jennifer advises startups focused on digital health, biotechnology, virtual, mixed and augmented reality and artificial intelligence. She is active in policy initiatives on global health security and digital health, identifying novel ways technology can be used to advance the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Jennifer received her BA (Anthropology) from Dartmouth College and a graduate degree from the Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice where she focused on Epidemiology and Biostatistics and also spent several years working in academic medical research on skin and bladder cancer.  During her time at GE Healthcare she became a certified Six Sigma Black Belt, received a patent for an industrial internet of things system and method for capturing radiation exposure data from medical imaging equipment and drove the development of industry-first products and capabilities that used advanced and predictive analytics.  She remains a full member of the American Association of Physicists in Medicine. Jennifer was named the co-chair of the Global Health Security Agenda Private Sector Roundtable in 2018 and chaired their working group on Technology and Analytics.  She was also the co-chair of the Working Group on Digital Health as part of the Broadband Commission for Sustainable Development.  Jennifer is on the boards of Digital Square, USA Healthcare Alliance and the Consumer Technology Association’s (CTA) Health and Fitness Technology Division. Jennifer is also an advisory board member for Ronald McDonald House NY.

Wednesday, May 15th | 12:00-1:00 pm | Frantz II Classroom