Lincoln Leads 2022. How is Artificial Intelligence being integrated into modern medicine?

Lincoln College invites you to attend the Lincoln Leads Seminar Series 2022.

All tickets are free, but must be booked in advance on Eventbrite by Sunday 13 February at 6pm:

Alumnus: Dr Hugh Mcintyre: Medically qualified – but next time round might do Law (or Philosophy).
Fellow: Professor Bass Hassan. T.O. Ogunlesi Senior Research Fellow and Professor of Medical Oncology.
MCR Speaker: Baptiste Vasey. DPhil in Surgical Sciences, leading on the development of DECIDE-AI, a reporting guideline for the early-stage clinical evaluation of decision support systems based on artificial intelligence.

Matthew Lai. Graduate Student (Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery).

When: Tuesday, 15 February, 5.30 – 6:45pm. Refreshments from 6.45pm
Where: Oakeshott Room, Lincoln College, Turl St, Oxford

The Lincoln Leads Seminar Series 2022 takes place on Tuesday evenings 8 February, 15 February and 1 March at Lincoln College, Oxford. Each panel features an Alumnus/na, a Fellow, and a Student of the College, who will respond to a topical question linked to their research or professional experience. Each seminar will start at 5.30pm and include a lively Q&A session, followed by more opportunities to discuss and enjoy the refreshments from 6:45pm onwards. We have a fantastic group of panellists scheduled for the series, who aim to invite non-specialist audiences into their spheres of expertise. We therefore hope that you are eager to join them in conversation, and learn more about the exciting and diverse research connected to Lincoln.

What are some of the ethical and legal challenges of implementing artificial intelligence in a clinical setting? And what are the opportunities from a clinical point of view? How can we make best use of current technologies to improve screening and diagnostics? Should we be intimidated by AI or embrace what it can offer in the medical field? If you are curious about these and similar questions, join us at this panel event!

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