the data effect Toronto:

Health Care’s AI Revolution

In person SUmmit
November 15, 2023 | 8:30AM - 1:30PM ET

keeping Canada a leader in public health care

Already known for its  strengths in AI research and discovery — as well as advanced medical discovery and digital government – Toronto is emerging as one of the world’s leading centres for using  AI to improve healthcare.

Ontario has the opportunity to focus its formidable resources in machine learning, biotechnology and computational medicine to accelerate discovery and applied innovation.

This will drive exciting breakthroughs in drugs, genomics, precision medicine and management of resources to benefit the world. But to do that, we must understand precisely where we lead and advance targeted  investments in technology, partnerships and the attraction of human talent to lead health care’s AI revolution.

Join as at The Data Effect in Toronto to be at the nexus of AI and health to help keep Canada a leader in public health care.
ticket sales starting soon



$395.00 CAD + Taxes

$295.00 CAD + Taxes

Early Bird Ticket sales end October 15, 2023

Each ticket receives:

  • Light Breakfast & Coffee
  • Admission to all Keynote and Panel Discussions
  • Networking Opportunities
  • Live Q & A Session
  • Lunch



$195.00 CAD

Group Ticket sales end May 2023

Each ticket receives:

  • Light Breakfast & Coffee
  • Admission to all Keynote and Panel Discussions
  • Networking Opportunities

$295.00 CAD

General Admission ticket sales end May 2023

Each ticket receives:

  • Light Breakfast & Coffee
  • Admission to all Keynote and Panel Discussions
  • Networking Opportunities

SpeakerS will Include:

Rick Leary

Toronto Transit Commission

Ehren Cory

Canada Infrastructure Bank

Ben Almond

Engineering Services Canada,
SNC Lavalin

Kealy Dedman

Commissioner, Public Works,
Regional Municipality of Peel

Ramtin Attar

CEO & Co-Founder,
Promise Robotics

Heather Grey-Wolf

Chief Development Officer,
Infrastructure Ontario

Peter Hass

Associate Partner,
Maverix Private Equity

Stuart McLaren

Global Director of Net Zero Innovation,
SNC Lavalin

Laura Miller

Head of Public Policy and Communications, Canada,

Michael Norton

Chief Development Officer,

Derek Goring

Executive Vice President, Development, Northcrest Developments

Ilse Treurnicht

Managing Partner,
TwinRiver Capital

Leslie Woo


James Perttula

Transit and Transportation Planning,
City of Toronto

Jag Sharma

President and Chief Executive Officer,
Toronto Community Housing

Graham Carr

President & Vice-Chancellor,
Concordia University

Heili Toome

Chief Marketing Officer,
SHIFT Transit

Louis Tremblay

President & CEO,

Emma Jarratt

Executive Editor,
Electric Autonomy Canada

Mark Salsberg

Co-Principal, WGD Consulting and Chair,
TRACCS Transit &
Rail Association

Catherine Murray

Event MC

with more to be announced soon

the data effect series

The Data Effect is headed to Toronto to bring together the ideas, technologies and people who can show us how to better use and share data to solve some of our most daunting challenges.

TDE Toronto Focus

Data platforms: how to drive timely access to high-quality health data that fuels innovation and improved service

Data governance models: so that AI/ML can be applied to accelerate research, and that data can be shared among research and clinical use cases

Advanced research & discovery: how to integrate insights from across vertical data silos through federated models

Indigenous approaches to data sovereignty and data sharing: and their importance and application to our health system

Data partnerships: across major research institutions and government

The Venue

77 Adelaide St. West, First Canadian Place, Ste 350
Toronto, ON M5X 1C1
Lennox Hall was named after Edward James Lennox, a Toronto-based architect who designed several of the city’s most notable landmarks in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. From Old City Hall to Casa Loma, he designed over 70 buildings in the city of Toronto. Lennox also served as commissioner of the TTC from 1923 to 1929.
Business casual attire is suggested.

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