A bioethicist and a professor of medicine on regulating AI in healthcare
Published in The Economist. this article presents valuable insights into regulating AI in healthcare, in conversation with Effy Vayena and Andrew Morris. To read the full article, please click on this link.
The Reproducibility Issues that are Haunting Health-Care AI
This technology feature published in Nature by Emily Sohn discusses how despite the rolling out of numerous AI tools for diagnosis and monitoring, their reliability is questionable. To read the full article, please click on this link.
Circadian Rhythms: Data-Driven Artwork by Dr. Kirell Benzi
Dr. Kirell Benzi has come up with a new data-driven artwork called “Circadian Rhythms”. He writes “The Circadian Rhythm is the daily cycle of light and dark that the body uses to keep track of time. It helps to regulate the body’s sleep-wake cycle and other important functions. The cycle is controlled by a “biological […]
AI IN eHEALTH: Human Autonomy, Data Governance and Privacy in Healthcare
A new book in the Cambridge Bioethics and Law series, called AI in eHealth: Human Autonomy, Data Governance and Privacy in Healthcare is just out. It is edited by Marcelo Corrales Compagnucci, Michael Lowery Wilson, Mark Fenwick, Nikolaus Fort and Till Brnighausen. The description of the book says: “The emergence of digital platforms and the […]
Exciting AI News: Predicting the structures of all proteins known by science
Melissa Heikkilä writes in MIT Technology Review about this incredible achievement by DeepMind’s AlphaFold, which has successfully predicted the structure of nearly all proteins known to science. Read the full article here.
Artificial Intelligence and Accountability in Digital Health
By Eva Thelisson How to build an ecosystem of trust in digital health? The availability of large amounts of personal data, from multimodal sources, combined with AI and ML capacities, Internet of Things and strong computational platforms have the potential to transform healthcare systems in a disruptive way. The emergence of personalized medicine offers opportunities […]