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Otmar  Wiestler

Otmar Wiestler

President, Helmholtz Association
Quotes
23.01.2020
Russia House in Davos 2020
Quantum Challenge for the Future
In medicine, we will strongly rely on data protection, anonymization of data, and special curation of complex data. So how do we achieve this? What we really need to do is establish new links and bridges between the world of quantum technologies and the world of medicine
23.01.2020
Russia House in Davos 2020
Quantum Challenge for the Future
In order to master future data-based medicine or digital health, we must rely on three major pillars: first, we must have standardized, curated data; second, we must employ all of the powerful, new, AI-based algorithms and technologies for the analysis of complex medical data; third, we must rely on powerful computer technologies. This is where quantum computing comes in. If we could employ quantum sensing technology in a number of medical devices, we would certainly achieve a new level of quality in many of these devices. We are currently creating a model of the human brain using supercomputers, but once quantum qubit systems are available, ambitious projects like the human brain project will, of course, enter into a new era
23.01.2020
Russia House in Davos 2020
Quantum Challenge for the Future
In the future, quantum theory could aid in the development of medicine through big data analysis. We must explore the enormous amount of information we have from every individual patient. This is what large-scale data management is, first and foremost, all about: trying to understand the individualised or personalised medicine of the future. Large scale data management and potential quantum technologies will help us better explore the medical technologies already being employed: imaging, pathology, lab tests