Owen completed his PhD in neuroscience at the University of Cambridge and worked in the pharmaceutical industry and academia before joining the public service in South Australia where he worked on child mortality data. In 2019 he won a Churchill Fellowship and returned to the United Kingdom to study systems for ethically and legally using artificial intelligence in government decision making.
Lukah is an analyst and software engineer with an inspiration for artificial intelligence and integrated health systems. He’s passionate about creating scalable systems with reactive microservices architectures, actor-based concurrency, and real-time analytics. Lukah’s favourite technologies are the Scala and R programming languages, the Akka actor toolkit, the Lagom microservices framework, and the streaming libraries Kafka and Akka Streams. His research has considered real-time analytics in emergency care to support medical decision making for patients with potential acute coronary syndrome.
Greer has over 10 years of experience in statistical analysis and modelling in the fields of engineering and health. She has an interest in developing new skills and techniques for the translation of complex data into interpretable output.