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Detailed Conference Program

9h10 - 9h15

GenAI4care Introduction speech by Agnès De Leersnyder


Agnes De Leersnyder

CEO of Future4care

09h15- 09h45

Opening session GenAI4care Festival with Paul Hudson, Aiman  Ezzat, Christel Heydemann & Jean-Laurent Granier

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Aiman Ezzat

Chief Executive Officer of Capgemini Group

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Jean-Laurent Granier

Chief Executive Officer at Generali France

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Christel Heydemann

Chief Executive Officer

at Orange

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Paul Hudson

Chief Executive Officer

at Sanofi


Agnès De Leersnyder


CEO of Future4care

09h45 - 10h30

Roundtable n°1 : GenAI and competitiveness : 

Generative artificial intelligence is about to become a major pillar of innovation in healthcare. In this context, Europe has a chance to position itself as a global leader, but it must address a certain number of strategic challenges. This round table will explore the challenges and opportunities associated to Europe's competitiveness in the field of GenAI in healthcare.

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Fabrice Bartolomei

Director, Clinical Neurophysiology Department,

Hôpital de la Timone, PA

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Tanja Dowe

Managing Director 

Angelini Ventures

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Maximilien Levesque

CEO & Cofounder of AQEMIA

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Emmanuel Nere


Director of Innovation

at Generali

10h30 - 11h15

Roundtable n°2 : Gen AI: Accelerating drug discovery and reduce time-to-patient :

Generative artificial intelligence is revolutionising the world of healthcare. It offers unprecedented perspectives for drug discovery and design, with major implications for patients, scientists and the pharmaceutical industry. This round table will reflect on the major advances made possible by GenAI in this field.

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Jonathan Baptista

Co-founder & CEO Deeplife

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Emmanuel Cayemaex

Executive Vice President, Immunology and U.S. Solutions at UCB

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Jean Philippe Vert

Chief R&D Officer at Owkin

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Fabrice Denis


President of the INeS

11h15 - 12h15

Roundtable n°3 : GenAI Giving back time to Caregivers :

Generative artificial intelligence offers unprecedented opportunities to help reduce the workload of healthcare professionals by automating certain tasks and optimising processes. This round table will explore the different ways in which GenAI can be harnessed to enable healthcare professionals so that they can focus more on patient care.

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Lise Alter

Managing Director of the Agence de l'Innovation en Santé

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Charles Guepratte

General Manager of FEHAP

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Fabien Niel

Founder & CTO 

Quantiq IO

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Pascal Roché

CEO Ramsay Santé

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Olivier Guerin


Vice-President of Future4care and member the Scientific and Ethic Council

12h15 - 13h00

Roundtable n°4 : Ethic & GenAI : Giving patients more chances or taking unacceptable risks :

Generative artificial intelligence is at a crossroads between the potential for improving patient care and the ethical questions it raises. This round table aims to explore this delicate balance, addressing the fundamental issues involved in responsibly integrating GenAI into healthcare.


Xavier Briffault


CNRS researcher

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Muriel Dahan

Director of Research and Development at Unicancer.

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Laurence Devillers

Professor at Paris-Sorbonne University

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David Naccache


Researcher in information security

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