Unvirtuous circle: Cascading effects of inequity across the health-related AI innovation lifecycle
In this talk, Professor David Leslie argues that the cascading effects of health inequity span across four dimensions of the health-related AI innovation lifecycle:
1. The social and historical world in which the social determinants of health are situated and where pre-existing societal patterns of discrimination and social injustice – and the prejudices and discriminatory attitudes that correspond to such patterns – arise.
2. The data domain.
3. AI design, development, and deployment processes.
4. The ecosystem, that is, the wider social system of economic, legal, cultural, and political structures or institutions – and the policies, norms, and procedures through which these structures and institutions influence human action.
Date: 28 March 2023, 13:30 (Tuesday, 11th week, Hilary 2023)
Venue: Rewley House, 1-7 Wellington Square OX1 2JA
Venue Details: The Sadler Room
Speaker: Professor David Leslie (The Alan Turing Institute)
Organising department: Department for Continuing Education
Organiser: Robin Beachy (University of Oxford)
Organiser contact email address: ths@conted.ox.ac.uk
Part of: Translational Health Sciences
Booking required?: Recommended
Booking url: https://www.conted.ox.ac.uk/events/view/effects-of-inequity-across-the-health-related-ai-innovation-lifecycle
Booking email: ths@conted.ox.ac.uk
Cost: FREE
Audience: Members of the University only
Editor: Robin Beachy