Defining AI Safety for Healthcare and Beyond: Unique Risks and Considerations
14th May 2024

Tuesday 14th May 2024 / 4pm / Online (Via zoom)


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Defining AI Safety for Healthcare and Beyond: Unique Risks and Considerations

Presented by Professor Ibrahim Habli, University of York

Tuesday 14th May 2024 at 4pm BST– online via Zoom

As Artificial Intelligence (AI) promises to reshape healthcare, a clear understanding of AI safety is essential. This talk proposes a comprehensive definition of AI safety within the healthcare domain, examining how challenges like under-specificity and opacity can introduce new risks for patients. It advocates for proactive safety measures and transparent risk management to ensure AI’s potential is realised without compromising patient safety and undermining trust in the healthcare system.

Professor Ibrahim Habli, Research Director, Centre for Assuring Autonomy, University of York 

A leading expert in design and assurance of safety-critical systems, Professor Habli works closely with industry, clinicians and regulators and has made significant contributions in dynamic safety cases and safe and ethical use of AI. Driven by a passion for interdisciplinary safety research and team science, he has led major, complex research activities, with responsibility for collaboration with organisations like the NHS, NASA and Jaguar Land Rover. He served on several safety standardisation committees (BSI Dependability committee, EUROCAE/RTCA committee for aerospace guidance DO-178C and MISRA safety cases working group). He also directs the UKRI Centre for Doctoral Training in AI Safety (SAINTS).

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