Exploring Intelligent Health UK
20th May 2023, by Ismael Kherroubi Garcia
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There is no doubt that advancements in artificial intelligence (AI) research and development have enormous potential to support healthcare. In 2021, the World Health Organisation outlined the diverse applications of AI tools across healthcare, drug development, health systems management and public health.¹ Embedding AI systems into medical devices is becoming a more common practice,² and public health authorities are increasingly having to review the safety of algorithmic approaches to healthcare systems and services.³ At Kairoi, we’ve worked with the NHS Health Research Authority to deliver training on artificial intelligence to their ethics reviewers.
On Wednesday 24th May, we will be attending the world’s leading AI-in-medicine summit series, Intelligent Health UK. Our interests align closely with those of responsible innovators in the digital health space. We particularly welcome the following sessions:
- 11:40 – The key role of health data in reducing inequalities and improving patient and population care
- 13:40 – Upskilling the workforce: How can we provide health and social care workers with the AI knowledge they will soon need?
- 14:50 – When AI in healthcare goes wrong: What do we do and how to react on time
If you share our interests in these topics and want to work on developing responsible AI working cultures, find us in the audience at one of those events, or reach out via firstname.lastname@example.org.
¹ World Health Organisation (2021) Ethics and governance of artificial intelligence for health, WHO Guidance
² US Food & Drug Administration (2022) Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (AI/ML)-Enabled Medical Devices
³ American College of Radiology (2023) How artificial intelligence is accelerating innovation in healthcare, Goldman Sachs Research