IBIIS & AIMI Seminar: Medical AI Safety – A Clinical Perspective

June 16, 2022 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Zoom: https://stanford.zoom.us/j/93524639045?pwd=NUV1MFE2clBCYVp3K0FJNlJFTGswdz09
Ramzi Totah

Lauren Oakden-Rayner, PhD
Director of Research in Medical Imaging
Royal Adelaide Hospital
Senior Research Fellow
Australian Institute for Machine Learning

Title: Medical AI Safety – A Clinical Perspective

Medical artificial intelligence is rapidly moving into clinics, particularly in imaging-based specialties such as radiology. This transition is producing many new challenges, as the regulatory environment has struggled to keep up and AI training for healthcare workers is virtually non-existent. Dr. Oakden-Rayner will provide a clinical safety perspective on medical AI, discuss a range of identified risks and potential harms, and discuss possible solutions to mitigate these risks as this exciting field continues to develop.

Dr. Lauren Oakden-Rayner (FRANZCR, PhD) is the Director of Research in Medical Imaging at the Royal Adelaide Hospital and is a senior research fellow at the Australian Institute for Machine Learning. Her research explores the safe translation of artificial intelligence technologies into clinical practice, both from a technical and clinical perspective.