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Artificial intelligence policy as a contact sport

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Free lecture with networking and refreshments

St Catharine’s College, Cambridge, UK

The proposed uses of AI in the health sector have elicited reactions from hope to handwringing to hype. In response, governments, NGOs, professional organizations, and the standards community have been busy developing guidelines, frameworks, principles, and other oversight tools with the laudable intention of crafting responsible governance policy for AI in health. Yet with so many players and documents in circulation, it is not surprising that there are gaps, inconsistencies, and contradictions, impeding the very progress such work was meant to enable.

This lecture will examine the roots and causes of these impediments, including those in the bioethics and governance communities themselves, and consider what steps might be taken now to ensure that health care can benefit from AI for the right reasons.

This talk is part of the PHG Foundation series.

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