The benefits of AI could be evolutionary for healthcare. But rapid adoption of AI and data-driven technologies must be balanced with regulations and standards to safely support patient care.
Joining us for Digital Health AI & Data are two coveted speakers in this fast-evolving field who will explore the latest developments in regulatory and ethical frameworks for the safe and ethical use of AI applications in the NHS.
Clíodhna Ní Ghuidhir leads NICE’s AI and Digital Regulations Service, offering advice and support on regulation and health technology assessment to developers and adopters. Her impressive career spans work on national innovation programmes, including real-world evaluation and the NHS Test Beds programme. She also led the development of the NHS’ Innovation Service.
Robin Carpenter leads the governance and ethics for the AI Centre for Value Based Healthcare. The centre is a collaboration between NHS trusts, universities and industry partners which trains sophisticated AI algorithms from NHS medical images and patient data to improve diagnosis and care, with several AI projects currently live. Robin lectures at King’s College London on AI Law and Ethics.
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