How digital will Bayer be in 2032?
Digitalization is taking place everywhere and affects all of us. At Bayer, we ask ourselves how we can capitalize on the opportunities that arise from digitalization. What effects do you think all these new digital technologies will have and how will Bayer change? And how can they be leveraged in the health business?
We want to hear what you think!
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How can we provide precision medicine – the holy grail of modern medicine – to patients? Well, “radical patient-centricity” could be one answer. But what are the channels for getting in touch with patients, engaging with them and providing them with services that they are willing to accept, while also improving their health and well-being? There are various options, with the default setting being patient-physician interaction. What if “The doctor will see you now (for a couple of minutes)” is not enough, and flips to become “The patient will see you now” (Eric Topol)? Are there digital solutions for improving patients’ health status? How can we include high-end medicine such as metabolomics, epigenomics and microbiomics in remote interaction of patients with “the healthcare system”? Is this possible in real-time? Which devices are eligible and accepted by patients and authorities? What does a perfect patient journey look like – and how does the data flow? How can we gain better insight if patients suffer from their illness? How can we increase patient engagement? What role does Bayer play in providing health solutions to patients? There are a lot of questions, and we are open to hearing your solutions!
We are curious to find out how you see the future of Bayer in a digitally enhanced healthcare ecosystem.
Data science and artificial intelligence are important fields of research. Technologies in these fields are here to stay and will become more important – not only to speeding up vaccine production to fight COVID-19, but also in the years to come. How can data science and artificial intelligence transform the life science industries? How can machine and deep learning help shorten the time to market for medicines, for example? Imagine the possibilities that combining the right data will open up for farmers, consumers and patients. Put differently, data science can help us get the right medication to the right patient at the right time.
What about automatic pattern recognition and natural language processing? And what about supporting Bayer’s sustainability goals? Could machine learning pave the way for real-time auditing – a development that would make our day-to-day work a whole lot easier?
Tell us about your ideas and functional solutions in these areas.
We are curious to find out how you see the future of data science at Bayer!
Our digital world is at constant risk due to cyber threats from all directions. The global community relies on Bayer to provide many of the vital medical and food resources it needs to thrive. Bayer, in turn, relies on a team of top-notch cybersecurity professionals to help ensure the systems and operations critical to Bayer’s success remain safe, secure, and functioning. Everyone realizes that a major data breach or system interruption can cause serious harm to the reputation and operation of Bayer’s business, but cybercriminals are continuing to develop and deploy attacks in their ongoing effort to extort, deceive, and destroy.
That’s why Bayer continuously needs to be a step ahead, anticipating and addressing current and future threats to our business. No one can predict the future, but looking beyond the cyber horizon and creating innovative ways to address threats before they occur is what’s needed in today’s world.
In a nutshell, how will cloud computing and IT security change in the future?
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- A mentor will be assigned to each selected team. All mentors are experienced Bayer employees who will clarify technical questions, act as sparring partners to bounce ideas off, and prepare you and your team for the final pitch.
- Generating disruptive and groundbreaking ideas and networking with peers and experienced partners – you will get to know people working at Bayer and gain experience working with Bayer.