Exploring AI in and through healthcare
Exploring Artificial Intelligence. AI Seminar.
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Room M2.3 at AU Conference centre, Build. 1420/228
The STS-center is excited to invite you to two half-day seminars on November 24 and December 1 that explore different aspects of AI. There is a limited number of seats (25) at the workshops, and they are allocated on a first come, first served basis, and with a preference for those that sign up for both seminars. Please register here:
Exploring AI in and through healthcare – December 1. 2023
In second seminar, we seek to understand AI through debates and studies on how it unfolds in healthcare. In general, AI entails several challenges, which become more pertinent and take new forms within healthcare where people’s health is at stake. Further, despite all the hype and investment of capital, the implementation of AI in healthcare has encountered challenges and through two contrasting cases – one focusing one the obstacles and difficulties, the other on the silent and apparently smooth integration into work – the seminar will explore those challenges. More broadly, the workshop asks: how are AI and healthcare co-produced? We conclude the seminar by a lunch during which the seminar participants are invited to share thoughts and ideas of how to further study AI and healthcare and what approaches and analytical frameworks from STS and beyond might be mobilized to do so.
Date: December 1, 2023
Place: Room M2.3 AU Conference centre (Build. 1420- room 228)
Number of seats: 25
- 8.45: Coffee and croissants
- 9.00: Presentation I Melanie Smallman, Dept of Science & Technology Studies, University College London
- 10.00: Break
- 10.15: Presentation II Tariq Andersen, Computer Science, Copenhagen University
- 11.05: Break
- 11.20: Presentation III Claus Bossen, Information Studies, Aarhus University
- 12.10: Break
- 12.30-13-30: Lunch and plenary discussion
We look forward to two thought-provoking seminars in good company.
Amalie, Claus, Kasper S., Kasper O. & Peter