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The 4th Annual Burrill Digital Health Meeting

2/4/2013 6:00 PM - 2/5/2013 9:00 PM

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The 4th Annual Burrill Digital Health Meeting

February 04, 2013 - February 05, 2013

The San Francisco Airport Marriott

Burlingame, CA

The 4th Annual Burrill Digital Health Meeting—February 4 & 5, 2013 at the San Francisco Airport Marriott—brings together the leading innovators, financiers, and experts in the digital health ecosystem.

Ambient intelligence is becoming an essential component of our everyday lives. Technologies such as internet-connected fridges, predictive thermostats, and adaptive cruise controls—ideas that once existed only in the realm of science fiction —are fast becoming reality. Whether we are consciously aware of it or not, advanced sensors and sophisticated algorithms built into devices on and around us are constantly monitoring our activities, everyday and everywhere, learning our intents and understanding the context of our actions, enabling the delivery of personally tailored information and services to us at the right time and the right place, with or without our active interaction or intervention.

Please join us at the 4th Annual Burrill Digital Health Meeting as we explore the vision of our body and our surroundings becoming the computing platform, where ambient intelligence technologies will transform the ways we manage our health and wellness by providing better medical insights and helping us to make smarter health decisions, seamlessly and automatically. For more information, visit

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