Intelligent Health AI | Sept 2020 | Switzerland
9-10 September 2020. Online Summit. Intelligent Health will once again bring together the global AI and health community online next September to advance discussions on how AI can be used to prevent and solve some of the world’s greatest healthcare problems, and i…>
Started as founders breakfast with 80 participants, Bits & Pretzels developed into the Burning Man Festival of startup conferences.
The spirit of supporting founders continues in 2020 with the Bits & Pretzels Networking Week.
A virtual conference from founders for founders, that really…>
We are looking for a system engineer who can design a total system solution for a motion tracking sensor based on integrated photonics interfacing to medical equipment. This is a multi-disciplinary field where integrated photonics, electronics and software are all crucial for creating products…>
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