6     February,

Congress Centre, London


Presented by:

speakers include:

master of ceremonies


Hiten Patel

professor, arctic universitY


Hiten is an early adopter of pioneering technology in the field of Robotics, Artificial intelligence, and medical devices. He is passionate about using data science to uplift medical care. Big data analytics, and machine learning are his current passions.



Brent Mittelstadt


Brent Mittelstadt is a Research Fellow and British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow in data ethics at the Oxford Internet Institute, a Turing Fellow at the Alan Turing Institute, and a member of the UK National Statistician's Data Ethics Advisory Committee. He is a philosopher and data ethicist with a particular focus on the ethical governance of complex algorithmic systems including machine learning, artificial intelligence, predictive analytics, Big Data, and medical expert systems.


Jaquie Finn


Jaquie is Head of Digital Health at Cambridge Consultants and leads the initiative to provide strategic guidance and technical solutions for clients transitioning their business model to include a digital element. These digital elements include device connectivity, AI, security, launch strategies, behavioural science and digital service design.


Jaquie has previously worked on the design and launch of a compliance & work management IoT service that is in commercial use. She has a BSc in Applied Biology, 10 years' experience in Molecular Biology and 15 years' experience of Product Management and Marketing for software, hardware and digital services in medical and life science industries that include immunology, ophthalmology, neuroscience and bioinformatics.


Jaquie is a member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM).


Rayna Patel


Dr Rayna Patel is a medical doctor & neuroscientist (Cambridge, Harvard, MIT, Columbia) with an MPhil in Translational Medicine funded by GSK. She has extensive experience in academia and was a Post-Doctoral Fellow of Clare Hall College, Cambridge. Rayna has subsequently held strategic & commercial roles in government policy, tech startups & the Cabinet Office's Nudge Unit, where she used behavioural science to rewire patient behaviours through digital products.


She is currently CEO and Co-Founder of Vine Health, a digital platform using a combination of behavioural science and AI to improve the quality of life and survival of cancer patients, whilst generating crucial real-world data to better inform healthcare delivery and drug development.


Emma Kislingbury


Emma is an Associate Solicitor at RPC, specialising in Medical/Life Sciences and Product Liability. She acts on a range of cases and represents insurers, private healthcare providers, healthcare practitioners and manufacturers of medical devices and pharmaceutical products in the defence of medical malpractice and product liability claims and in relation to clinical trials. She also represents healthcare organisations and practitioners at inquests, and advises on clinical governance issues, regulatory requirements, indemnity and coverage.

Peter Rudd-Clarke


Peter Rudd-Clarke specialises in the life sciences and consumer products sectors.


He advises on the regulation of medical devices, CE marking, clinical trials, consumer products and ongoing compliance matters.

The litigation and risk management side to his practice sees Peter defending manufacturers of complex products, often across multiple jurisdictions.


Peter presents and writes articles on issues such as artificial intelligence, supply chains, cross-border litigation, medical device regulations and Brexit. His articles have been published in publications such as Insurance Day, Post Magazine and Insider Quarterly and he has been quoted in the Times and insurance press discussing risk management issues.


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