The organizations behind the SAVE DATA project – Vito, imec and MEDVIA – invite you to Privacy-Driven Insights: The Potential of Federated Learning in Health Data, a free seminar on opportunities, challenges and security issues involved in health data spaces and federated learning.
Federated learning is a step in the right direction for organizations that want to use the right data in their everyday decision-making processes. It offers privacy and security in handling personal health data and provides insights into a network of data. But it doesn’t necessarily solve every problem. How do you ensure you are getting the data you need?
Join us for this afternoon seminar in which federated learning will be approached from a number of different angles, from theoretical models to real-life experiences.
The Potential of Federated Learning in Health Data
12 October, 12.00-16.30
De Hoorn, Sluisstraat 79, Leuven
The program includes:
- Privacy and Security By Design by Magali Feys of Acontrario
- The Feder8 platform at Janssen Pharmaceutica
- The FEDL4E platform between UHasselt & KU Leuven
- ZOL’s Heartfelt project with Myrte Barthels
- edenceHealth by Freija Descamps & Lars Halvorsen
The event is free of charge and is in English.
A meeting of the SAVE DATA Advisory Board will take place prior to the seminar. If you are a member of the Advisory Board, please register here.
If you are not a member of the Advisory Board, please register here.
What is SAVE DATA?
This workshop is hosted by SAVE DATA, one of VLAIO’s Coock projects. SAVE DATA, a collaboration among Vito, imec and MEDVIA, works with companies, non-profits, governments and knowledge institutions to make health pathways – both preventive and curative – more accessible in a safe, ethical and transparent manner.
What is Coock?
Coock stands for Collectief Onderzoek & Ontwikkeling en Collectieve Kennisverspreiding/-transfer, or Collective R&D and Dissemination/Transfer of Knowledge. Funded by VLAIO, Coock projects allow a research institute to share the building blocks of specific technology with industry or public/governmental concerns. The goal of Coock projects is to valorize research results by accelerating the introduction of technology and knowledge to a broad group of companies.