Will AI Make Health and Care More Fair? (Cambridge)

Join OHT Cambridge for their launch event, where we will be discussing the topics of fairness, equity and equality in AI in health and care. Don't know anything about us? Then just come along and get involved!

We know, we know - Everyone is very excited about AI, most people are concerned about the hype and to date, there are very few use cases of AI being implemented for patient benefit at scale. A key area of both opportunity and concern is will AI make health and care more fair? Will AI help us allocate resources for effectively to those who truly need it? Will AI only detect conditions well in certain patient populations? Will AI eliminate current physician bias or merely automate unfair decisions? 

Join One HealthTech Cambridge (which is also our launch event here!) to discuss these questions in a warm, friendly and informal community atmosphere! And questions? Email us at cambridge@onehealthtech.com

Agenda (subject to change)

17:30 - Arrivals, networking & refreshments

18:00 - Welcome from One HealthTech Cambridge Co-Curators: Gillian Halley and Catherine Pollard

18:05 - x3 presentations: Will AI Make Health and Care More Fair?

Our wonderful panel of speakers now confirmed!!

Aditya Nori, Sr Principal Research Manager, Healthcare Intelligence, Microsoft research, Cambridge

Sarah Bateup, Chief Clinical Officer, iesohealth 

John Cassidy, Co-Founder and CEO, Cambridge Cancer Genomics

18:35 - Audience Q&A, chaired by Frances Cousins

19:00 - Networking & Refreshments

19:45 - Close and continuation onto the pub!

Many thanks to Deloitte for sponsoring us and do follow #OHT19 and @OHT_Cambridge on Twitter 



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