Ethical perspectives on clinical AI
Join us as we discuss the ethical perspectives on applying AI to clinical practice in hospitals with healthcare staff, ethics experts, AI researchers, patient representatives and more.
The session will facilitate a discussion on ethical aspects related to clinical AI based on two current projects; the international AICE project and the MAGIC project in the Region of Southern Denmark.
Speakers will be clinicians working with AI in clinical practice, patient representatives and associations, AI experts and ethics researchers. The format will be a mix of short presentations and panel discussions – with active involvement of the audience in the discussions throughout the session.
This event will be in English.
9.30-9.40 Introduction to session
Moderator/facilitator Prins Marcus Valiant Lantz, researcher, PhD, Roskilde University
9.40-10.30 Part 1: How do we talk about ethics in the scope of clinical AI? And what do the patients think?
Dr Madeleine Hayenhjelm, PhD, Senior University Lecturer in Philosophy and Ethics of Risk, Umeå University, Sweden
Patient association or patient representative (TBD)
Discussion with active audience participation
10.30-10.50 Coffee Break
10.50-11.30 Part 2: Cases from clinical practice; The ethical issues of applying AI
- Mohammad Talal Elhakim, MD, PhD Fellow, Department of Radiology, OUH, Research and Innovation Unit of Radiology (UNIFY), SDU
- Anastasios (Tassos) Koulaouzidis, Professor of Prevention and Early Detection of Colorectal Cancer, Research Unit of the Department of Surgery (SATCC)/Centre for Clinical Implementation of Capsule Endoscopy (CICA), Svendborg Hospital, Region of Southern Denmark
- Benedicte Schelde-Olesen, PhD fellow, Research Unit of the Department of Surgery (SATCC)/Centre for Clinical Implementation of Capsule Endoscopy (CICA), Svendborg Hospital, Region of Southern Denmark
11.30 Panel discussion with active audience participation
12.00 End of session