POSTPONED … Conference: The Ethics of AI in Medicine

Conferences, Ethics of AI in Context

► This event has been postponed until further notice.

The Ethics of AI in Medicine: An Interdisciplinary & International Workshop:

There is a growing literature in the ethics and philosophy of AI on one side and an already strong literature in the philosophy of medicine and medical ethics on the other side. Few attempts at bringing together the two disciplines have been made, despite many connections. The questions of bias or of transparency, for instance, have been studied in both disciplines, yet in a somewhat disjointed manner. This workshop thus aims to confront different disciplines on the topic of AI in medicine: philosophy of medicine, ethics and social sciences. The goal is to understand how conceptual and ethical issues in AI in medicine interact and may impact health.


11am [= 8am Pacific/4pm UK/5pm Europe]
Panel 1: Uncertainty and Trust
Benjamin Chin-Yee (Medicine, Western University), AI, Ethics and the Quest for Medical Certainty
Paola Nicolas (Biomedical Ethics, New York Medical College), Mistrust and Fear of Replaceability in the Age of Big Data in Health Care

12pm [= 9am/5pm/6pm]
Panel 2: Explainability and Effectiveness
Juliette Ferry-Danini (Philosophy & Centre for Ethics, University of Toronto), What Is the Problem with the Opacity of Artificial Intelligence in Medicine?
Alex John London (Philosophy & Center for Ethics and Policy, Carnegie Mellon University), The Structure of Clinical Translation: Why We Need Prospective Clinical Trials of AI in Medicine

1pm [= 10am/6pm/7pm]
Panel 3: Practical Challenges
Océane Fiant (Centre François Viète, Université de Nantes), The Deployment of Artificial Intelligence in Medicine: A Perspective Based on the Study of the Use of a Decision Tree for the Diagnosis of Pulmonary Embolisms in Emergency Medicine
Niccolo Tempini (Data Studies, University of Exeter & Alan Turing Institute), Practical Considerations for Ethics Review of DS/AI Research: A Preliminary Summary of Challenges and Best Practices

This is an online event. It will be live streamed on the Centre for Ethics YouTube Channel at 11am, Friday, July 23 [= 8am Pacific/4pm UK/5pm Central Europe]. Channel subscribers will receive a notification at the start of the live stream.

Fri, Jul 23, 2021
11:00 AM - 02:00 PM
Centre for Ethics, University of Toronto