Round Table: AI in Health Care. Ethical and Scientific Challenges

Round Table: AI in Health Care. Ethical and Scientific Challenges

Round Table: AI in Health Care. Ethical and Scientific Challenges. The impact of AI on our society and, more specifically on health care, is already a reality and it is worth stopping to analyze, with a critical eye where necessary, its effects on people, beyond its evident technological advantages. How does it affect patient autonomy? Are diagnosis algorithms safe? Are we putting confidentiality at risk? Who will take responsibility for any errors?

In this 13th cycle of Josep Egozcue conferences, organized by the Víctor Grífols i Lucas Foundation, an attempt has been made to answer these and other questions. These conferences have become consolidated as the Foundation’s annual meeting with experts in bioethics to discuss a current topic. The conference on 5 July dealt with the impact of new technology, specifically AI, on the health care sector.

EVENT DETAILS:

  • Date: Tuesday, 05 July
  • Place: Conference Room, Ateneu Barcelonès,
  • Speakers: Harry Farmer | Luciano Floridi | Felip Miralles | Alicia de Manuel | Julianna Ribera
Round Table: AI in Health Care. Ethical and Scientific Challenges.

Amalfi Analytics, represented by its medical director, Julianna Ribera, presented its viewpoint on this important and current topic – the inclusion of new technologies in health care.

At Amalfi Analytics, security and confidentiality in data handling is one of our top priorities.

Felip Miralles (director of the Digital Health Unit at EURECAT), Alicia de Manuel (OEIAC researcher), and Juliana Ribera (Medical Consultant. Amalfi Analytics) took part in the round table, moderated by Núria Terribas (director of the Víctor Grífols i Lucas Foundation), on AI applications in health care, as part of the Josep Egozcue Conferences.

Take a look at Julianna’s presentation, in which she touches on some important and very interesting matters.

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