The Dell Technologies Forum is the group's largest global event, during which companies belonging to the American IT leader and its numerous partners share their know-how, discuss the progressive digital transformation and the impact of modern technologies on business and everyday life.
But how does technological progress change our approach to human life and health? During this year's conference, Imagene.me – a project implemented with the participation of Intratel - was presented.
Imagene.me has the chance to significantly accelerate the ongoing changes in the direction of fully personalized medicine. It is an innovative platform for intelligent genetic passport, enabling the building of long-term health awareness of patients by analyzing genomic, behavioral and environmental data using BigData technology and machine learning methods and artificial intelligence.
Imagene.me is a multilayer system, based on Dell infrastructure, that integrates various data on human health to create predictive models used in healthcare systems. Several US hospital networks are already using ready-made analytical solutions like that.
At Dell Technologies Forum, the solution implemented jointly by Intratel and Dell Technologies was showcased by dr hab. Mirosław Kwaśniewski from Białystok Medical University and Krzysztof Janowski from Dell Technologies Poland