NPIC will be hosting a webinar as part of the AI Centres of Excellence ethics in imaging series. Their webinar on inclusion and transparency will be held on 13th May 1300 – 1430.
Dr Bethany Williams will be giving an overview of NPIC’s approach to public inclusion and transparency.
Graham Prestwich will be discussing the value of public inclusion and transparency in data and AI-driven healthcare.
Dr Francis McKay will be talking about thinking practically about inclusions: Citizen’s panels and AI literacy.
The event will close with a live Q&A.
This webinar is part of a series of informal online seminars to exchange ideas, create debate and look for common themes, challenges and solutions across the centres.
The meetings are aimed at centre staff and themed around practical scenarios.
The aim is to identify common training needs and create basic competency in ethical topics to enable staff to critically review research proposals and discuss participation with the public.
- PathLAKE – Research Ethics Committee Review of AI projects – what REC members need to know and training needs? 15th July 1300 – 1430
- iCAIRD – Topic TBC – 16th September 1300 – 1430
- Kings AI Centre – Topic TBC 18th November 1300 – 1430
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