iADH Launches its first online webinar of 2024 – and It’s about AI

28th February 2024
In this talk on March 5th , we will explore the impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) on education and healthcare, emphasising its role in offering new tools and techniques for praxis (such as, diagnosis and treatment, telemedicine, assistive devices or wearables, as well as in strengthening inclusive health data systems through predictive modelling). Additionally, we will look at application in education, including personalising or augmenting learning experiences. We will consider the opportunities and challenges of making AI fit for purpose in low-resource environments, underserved regions, or for neglected populations. Furthermore, the talk highlights AI’s potential role in upskilling the healthcare workforce through innovative training methods and simulations.
Speaker Biography: Caitlin Bentley is a Lecturer in AI Education, actively shaping the future of responsible AI through education. She is a member of the Delivery Team on the UKRI Responsible Artificial Intelligence UK (RAI UK) programme and co-director of the UKRI Safe and Trusted AI Centre for Doctoral Training.
Previously, she served on the UKRI Trustworthy Autonomous Hub Skills Committee, Syllabus Lab, and EDI working group. Caitlin’s multi-disciplinary academic background includes prior positions at the University of Sheffield, the 3A Institute at Australian National University, and Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. Her academic journey includes a PhD in Human Geography, ICT4D, from Royal Holloway, University of London, a Masters in Educational Technology from Concordia University, and a BA in Computer Science from McGill University.
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