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Ethical aspects of artificial intelligence in medicine

Episode 9 of ACVC Talks on Digital Health

01/07/2023 02:00 01/07/2023 02:00 Europe/Paris Ethical aspects of artificial intelligence in medicine DD/MM/YYYY

This is the ninth episode of ACVC Talks on Digital Health series.

Artificial intelligence (AI) techniques, such as machine learning (ML) and deep learning (DL), can substantially improve clinical decision-making and medical practice broadly. However, such techniques raise also a novel set of ethical issues and concerns for clinicians and patient.

This video offers an overview of the main ethical aspects concerning the use of AI in medicine, ranging from bias to models’ explainability. 

The presentation will be held by Simona Tiribelli, Assistant Professor in Ethics, Department of Political Sciences, Communication, and International Relations, Università di Macerata; Director for AI and Technology Ethics, Institute for Technology and Global Health, Boston, MA, USA; Research Affiliate in Ethics of Health Tech, MIT Media Lab, Boston, MA, USA.

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