Can I Trust My AI Therapist?
Artificial intelligence could help solve some of the world’s biggest health challenges, from early diagnosis to mental illness to predicting epidemics. Yet, how can we make sure medical AI systems respect our privacy and do no harm? Our panel brings together experts in AI, ethics, and health from Silicon Valley, Switzerland, and the UK to explore urgent questions surrounding the ethical use of AI in healthcare and public health. Discussions will range from today’s technology, like Karim, an AI chatbot that has text message conversations with Syrian refugees to help them cope with emotional problems, to a future where everyone will have their own AI therapist.
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- Who should own and have access to our health data?
- Who should own health-related AI algorithms?
- How can medical ethics be brought to an AI?
- Michiel Rauws, X2AI
- Effy Vayena, University of Zurich
- Marcel Salathé, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL)
- Joanna Bryson, University of Bath
Benjamin Bollmann, Head of Science Programs & University Affairs, swissnex San Francisco