John Chevers reports back from the Association of British Insurers (ABI) annual conference, held last week in London
There is growing recognition that the amalgamation of different data types including data produced by individuals through internet services, social media, and mobile phones could reveal valuable insights into a person’s health
From managing schedules, acting as virtual assistants, to supporting e-commerce - bots are widespread. Healthcare hasn’t escaped the attention of bot developers either
In evidence to House of Lords committee on A.I PHG Foundation’s Head of Science, Dr Sobia Raza highlighted the potential value of an NHS wide strategy on using health data for algorithm development
Healthy citizens – and patients - generate a considerable amount of health related information outside the health system is it time to consider how we can also make the most of this ‘citizen generated data’?
Are new technologies for monitoring the health and development of newborns milking parental anxiety, or can they be a viable part of the solution to increasing gaps in health visitor provision?
Picturing the next generation of healthcare
In our response we address the pace of technological change, impact on society, public perception of A.I. ethics and the role of government, all within the context of implementing A.I. in healthcare