Mental Health, Wellbeing & Artificial Intelligence | SGInnovate


32 Carpenter Street
Singapore 059911

Mental Health, Wellbeing & Artificial Intelligence

Presented by General Assembly
Partnered with SGInnovate

In mental health care and wellbeing, AI and related technologies (like machine learning) can be used to gain personalized insights based on an individual’s current mental status, lifestyle, behavior, and genetic information. Join our panel of experts for an evening exploring how data, AI, and technology are redesigning the mental health industry.

Date        :    4 September 2018
Time        :    7:00pm – 9:00pm
Venue      :    32 Carpenter Street, Singapore 059911

6:30pm - 7:00pm: Check-in & Networking 
7:00pm - 7:45pm: Panel/Lighting Talks 
7:45pm - 8:15pm: Q&A 
8:15pm - 9:00pm: Networking


  • Bjorn Lee, Founder CEO, MindFi
  • Jeames Gillett, Chief Operating Officer, WellteQ
  • Susanna Hasenoehrl, Global Partnership Director, Healint
  • Victoria Pace, Experience Designer

About the Speakers:

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Bjorn Lee, Founder CEO, MindFi

Bjorn Lee is a serial entrepreneur of tech startups in Singapore and Silicon Valley and also a keen student of mindfulness. He doesn't consider that a paradox. During his 2nd startup in 2011, Bjorn attended his 1st 10-day meditation retreat in northern India. Since then, he has been experimenting to integrate mindfulness artfully into his daily life of digital mindlessness. As an ex-product manager at Zendesk, his exposure to the high-pressure customer support industry made him realize mindfulness is not just a personal, but social problem. Bjorn is currently working on a stealth startup to attempt and solve this problem.


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Jeames Gillett, Chief Operating Officer, WellteQ

Jeames has always gravitated towards health and wellbeing. Several years spent as a semi-professional athlete brought about an understanding to look after both the mind and body. A Standford graduate with a degree in exercise physiology, he has seen his expertise shared with elite athletes, the general public and the corporate world. With 15 years' experience within corporate wellness, Jeames has watched the space evolve significantly. His expertise lies in innovating and scaling organisations, having been part of one of Australia's largest workplace health company's exit and now co-founding WellteQ. Jeames leads a charge to bring some of the industry's most innovative technologies into a single ecosystem – the end result being to empower employees around the world to better understand where their health is at today, and how incremental changes can lead to a greater wellbeing tomorrow.

While Jeames continues to be extremely active in the health and wellbeing sector, he has grown entrenched in technology and data analytics, with their ability to reach and influence both individuals and organisations alike to make true, meaningful change.


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Susanna Hasenoehrl, Global Partnership Director, Healint


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Victoria Pace, Experience Designer

I have over 20 years' experience in developing products and services that change behaviour in health, wellness and entertainment industries. I changed the football code that over 500,000 Australians support and contributed towards 1.6 million people being more active for the UK Government. More recently, I have worked in education design in Australia to drive innovation and to tackle the wellness issues faces by young people and their families. Currently I am a Learning Experience Designer, designing solutions for corporations to drive lifelong learning.

Topics: Artificial Intelligence / Deep Learning / Machine Learning / Robotics

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