Artificial intelligence (AI) has huge potential to transform healthcare as we know it. But despite the potentially significant efficiency savings it promises, is it the right way to go? What’s more, how do we ensure the human touch currently given isn’t lost in AI’s advancement?
Watch two teams battle it out as they debate the whether AI facilitates or endangers the relationship between the clinician and patient.
Prof. Nilmini Wickramasinghe
Professor Digital Health & Deputy Director Iverson Health Innovation Research Institute
Swinburne University of Technology & Epworth HealthCare
Prof Ian Scott
Director of Internal Medicine
Princess Alexandra Hospital
Dr Johan Verjans
Cardiologist, Royal Adelaide Hospital and Deputy Director
Australian Institute of Machine Learning
Clinical Director – Patient Experience and System Performance Division
Ministry of Health NSW
A/Prof Luis Prado
Chief Medical Officer & Executive Director Academic and Medical Services