Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare Conference: Improving system efficiency
We have a great opportunity to get smarter about the way we are using AI and machine learning with datasets to improve the quality of clinical care” - Simon Stevens, chief executive of NHS England
The adoption of artificial intelligence in healthcare is on the rise and is solving a variety of problems for patients, hospitals and the healthcare industry overall. Sir John Bell’s Life Sciences Industrial strategy identified the faster application of Artificial Intelligence (AI) as a priority and the NHS England is to invest more in AI over the next 12 months and create new Digital Innovation Hubs. These new Digital Innovation Hubs will enable researchers to engage with a meaningful dataset.
AI is increasingly being applied in healthcare and medicine, with the greatest impact being achieved thus far in medical imaging. A recent Lancet editorial entitled ‘Augmenting diagnostic vision with AI’ suggested artificial intelligence had the potential to interpret clinical data more accurately and more rapidly than medical specialists’, such as radiologist and dermatologist who analyse hundreds of thousands of images over their career. These new developments in technology means the machinery actually learns and improves as it progresses.
Join us at the Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare Conference to hear how AI is already being used in healthcare, its potential future uses, whether the NHS has the capacity to take advantage of AI technology, and what ethical standards may be required in the development and deployment of AI in the UK.
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Registration, refreshments and networking
Opening remarks from the chair
Dave Roberts, Professor of Telepresence, University of Salford
The digital revolution – The use of AI in the NHS
KEYNOTE - Daniel Hallen, Head of Digital Technology, NHS England (North)
The change in Legal Risk Landscape
Gareth Stokes, Partner, DLA Piper
Artificial Intelligence the future of healthcare
KEYNOTE - Dr Indra Joshi, Digital Health and AI Clinical Lead, NHS England
Refreshments and networking
Responsible AI in Healthcare
KEYNOTE - Dr Bertie Müller, Chair of AISB & Senior Lecturer in Computing, The Society for the Study of Artificial Intelligence and Simulation of Behaviour (AISB)/ University of South Wales
Artificial intelligence and robotics at the University of Salford
Professor Samia Nefti-Meziani, Professor of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics, University of Salford
Lunch and networking
Data Sharing, confidentially and information governance
Ivana Bartoletti, Principal Privacy & Data Protection Consultant, Gemserv
Young People on AI and Health: The Wellcome Trust Digital Health Generation Project
Professor Andy Miah, Ph.D. Chair of Science Communication and Future Media, University of Salford
Dr Emma Rich, Reader/Associate Professor in the Department for Health, University of Bath
Refreshments and networking
Building a cognitive Hospital
Dr Darren Gates, Paediatric Intensive Care Registrar and Innovation Consultant, Alder Hey Children’s Hospital
Closing remarks from the chair
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- How does the public view the use of AI in healthcare?
- How should the liability and compensation for any errors made by AI applications be handled?
- Who should own algorithms developed using NHS data?
- How should the NHS adopt artificial intelligence?
- Could the creation of data trusts or a data stewardship body effectively broker safe access and ethical use of data?
- What level of transparency should be insisted on when using artificial intelligence in a clinical context?
- How effective is the use of chatbots and virtual medical assistants to triage patients in healthcare?
Who should attend?
- Chief Information Officer
- Chief Technical Officer
- Data Scientist
- Director of Planning, Performance and Innovation
- Head of Information
- Knowledge and Innovation Programme Manager