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Improving people's lives


Applying AI to detect and diagnose diseases

Philips develops systems, tools and applications that tackle the world’s most significant medical and consumer health challenges, such as cardiac disease prevention, cancer diagnosis, air purification, and well-being in pregnancy. It aims to produce healthcare solutions for the future. For example, Philips applies AI to help detect and diagnose disease.

Philips IntelliSite Pathology Solution enables pathologists around the world to perform critical tasks like identifying cancer in lymph nodes, faster and with more precision, thanks to decision support tools and the application of artificial intelligence.

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‘My work serves a bigger purpose’

Mara Houbraken works as Software Scientist AI at Philips. To her it is really important that her work has true impact. “There is a lot of value in supervising machine learning in AI. My work at Philips serves a bigger purpose, and I am really happy that I actually help make products that make people healthier and have a real global impact. That is important to me. I am proud that I push new technologies into new businesses. For me, it is really important that I can research cutting-edge technologies.” 

Societal impact

Making specialist knowledge available to doctors everywhere

People who work at Philips have a set of capabilities and expertise that they want to put to good use. They pursue a career to do something meaningful. Take AI in health technology for example. The AI solutions Philips designs and builds are sustainable and scalable. They give real insights about a disease, Philips can quickly replicate it anywhere around the world. It can even make it available to doctors that are somewhere close to the patient but far from specialists’ knowledge.

At Dana–Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, Massachusetts, one of the best cancer treatment and research centers in the world, for example, over 90% of the patients come from the Boston region. But 90% of cancer patients are diagnosed and treated in a hospital that is not a cancer center. So, one question that concerns the CEO of Dana–Farber is: how can we use technology to make sure that everything they know at Dana–Farber can be made available in community hospitals around the world? “It’s about capturing the knowledge using AI and sharing it around the world, wherever it may be needed. We are in a fantastic time and place to do great things.”

Creating a healthier world start by listening to a younger generation

At Philips, this journey towards a healthier and more sustainable world starts by listening to the younger generation and future decision-makers. Do you want to know how? Then listen to the conversation Jeroen Tas, Philips’ Chief Innovation & Strategy Officer, has with three young and inspiring data scientists to discuss AI and societal challenges, the impact on work, life, and their career.

Brainport factor

Open cooperation and innovation

Philips once laid the basis for the Brainport Eindhoven region as we know it today. A top technology region that is renown for its open innovation, co-creation and unique collaboration between companies, knowledge institutes and government.  Nowadays, Philips has a large Healthcare Campus in the region and a location on High Tech Campus Eindhoven (HTCe): the center for technology-enabled innovation in The Netherlands. An open campus, targeted at fostering open cooperation between different companies and institutes. There over 8,000 researchers, developers, and entrepreneurs work closely together, developing the technologies and products of tomorrow. It is where new ideas are born!