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Bernhard Scholkopf


Health Discovery Corp. (formerly Direct Wireless Communications) has appointed Bernhard Scholkopf to its scientific advisory board. Scholkopf is a director at the Max Plank Institute for Biological Cybernetics in Tubingen, Germany, and was recently appointed Honorary professor for machine learning at the Technical University in Berlin. Scholkolf has also worked as a research scientist at AT&T Bell Labs, GMD-First in Germany, Australian National University, and Microsoft Research in the UK, according to Health Discovery.

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