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AI for Health: Governing the Ecosystem
About this Event
This event is for businesses and residents located in England due to eligibility rules on support.
This Bucks Health and Social Care Ventures programme workshop is fully funded and free to access . We have a number of online workshops planned, if you would like to find out more then please check our website for further details of the support you can receive.
This 60-minute workshop will be facilitated by Bucks HSC Ventures and delivered by Jessica Morley from Oxford University DataLab.
It is well-established that data science, including AI, holds huge potential for healthcare. However, it is also well-known that big data analytics and AI pose considerable ethical risks. So how can the ‘dual advantage’ of ethical AI be achieved where the opportunities are capitalised on but the risks are mitigated? This is the question that this talk seeks to answer, by paying particular attention to the laws, ethics and policies governing the use of AI in the NHS.
The talk will be followed by a Q&A session.
Who should attend?
People who are working in the area of medical devices/digital health solutions, including:
Jess Morley is policy lead at the University of Oxford’s DataLab, and a research assistant at the Oxford Internet Institute’s Digital Ethics Lab. Previously Jess was a senior policy advisor, focused on AI, at NHSX. Her research focuses on the responsible use of health data.
Please note that the workshops are funded by European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and are available to eligible SME applicants as part of the Bucks HSC Ventures programme. Sign up to these events to express your interest for an ERDF funded place and a member of our team will follow up with you. A maximum of one ERDF funded ticket per business is available. Please note that the event is for SMEs based in the UK and we will limit tickets to non-businesses or people outside of the UK.
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