Healthcare Professional Interest Network: Is AI the end of Healthcare?

Healthcare Professional Interest Network: Is AI the end of Healthcare?

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Imperial College Business School

South Kensington Campus

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Healthcare has always been a 'human' business. Can Artificial Intelligence (AI) be the quick fix to relieve the pressures on healthcare delivery? Will machines ever emulate the compassion, empathy and behaviours on which good healthcare depends?

To realise the potential of AI in healthcare, fundamental issues have to be addressed: who owns healthcare data, who is responsible for it and what does AI even mean? While the digital age might seem ubiquitous, we are only experiencing the start of it all.

Join our panel as they explore these and other aspects of AI in healthcare during this thought provoking discussion. Have your chance to voice your opinion, ask the challenging questions, and get involved in the conversation.

End the evening enjoying drinks and light bites in our networking hour.

Who will be speaking?

The panel will be chaired by Professor of Practice (Investigative Medicine), Nicola Strickland. Professor Strickland trained in Natural Sciences and Medicine at the University of Oxford. After gaining Membership of the Royal College of Physicians, she trained in Radiology at Hammersmith Hospital, and is now a Consultant Radiologist at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust in London. Her radiological specialist interests are chest and oncological body imaging, and imaging informatics. She was the Clinical Lead for imaging informatics at Imperial for 23 years. Professor Strickland is the immediate past President of the Royal College of Radiologists. She has held a number of other national and various international leadership roles, including being President of MIR, (Management in Radiology of the European Society of Radiology), President of EuroPACS (a European imaging informatics society), President of the Radiological Section of the Royal Society of Medicine, and Founder and Chairman of the Imaging Informatics Special Interest Group of the UK.

  • Dr Navin Ramachandran: Radiology Consultant at University College London Hospitals, Data Researcher and Healthcare Specialist at the IOTA Foundation
  • Dr Sunir Gohil: Clinical Artificial Intelligence Lead at Babylon Health
  • Andrew Latham: Associate at Capsticks LLP
  • Maxwell Flitton: Software Engineer for Monolith AI

Event format:

18.30 - 19.00 Registration and refreshments
19.00 - 19.55 Panel discussion
19.55 - 20.30 Discussion, Q&A, and audience voting
20.30 - 21.30 Networking and refreshments

The Imperial College London Healthcare Professional Interest Network (PIN) is led by a group of alumni volunteers. The Network aims to provide a forum for those with similar industry interests to come together and actively discuss topical challenges, share ideas, challenges and expertise, and in doing so enhance their professional development and connections.

Alumni can connect with the network via plexus, non-alumni can connect through the LinkedIn group.


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