Ming Jack Po is a product manager at Google working on medical brain and health cloud. In that capacity, he helps lead Google’s efforts on applying and scaling up machine learning (in particular deep neural networks) for healthcare applications. Prior to his current role at Google, he has also spent time in Google’s search unit working on health related queries. In particular, he worked on projects that help bring consumers better curated information on various health conditions, medications, birth control, and mental health. Jack frequently speak and keynote conferences on the application of big data / machine learning on healthcare delivery and research.
Prior to joining Google, Jack spent a decade working in different consulting capacities in areas related to medical devices and healthcare delivery. He has also served in various advisory capacities to foreign governments / White House on the scale up of healthcare systems.
Jack received his MD and PhD from Columbia University, and his bachelors degree in Biomedical Engineering and Masters degree in Mathematics from Johns Hopkins University.