Artificial intelligence and public health
27 June 2019, 6:30 pm–8:00 pm
From drug discovery to healthcare provision, health innovation is being turned on its head by artificial intelligence (AI). What are the implications for patients, healthcare systems and society? Rainer Kattel chairs a discussion with AI expert Ian Hogarth & NHS National Services Scotland’s Carol Sinclair
This event is free.
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Knowledge CentreBritish Library96 Euston RoadLondonNW1 2DBUnited Kingdom
This event, in partnership with the British Library, is part of the Innovation and the Welfare State series, a dynamic new lecture series that explores how we can deliver public value through innovation. The series brings world-leading thinkers to debate how we can rethink healthcare, green growth, public access to knowledge and new forms of data ownership as part of the 21st-century welfare state.
About the Speakers
Entrepreneur and angel investor
Ian Hogarth is an entrepreneur and angel investor with a background in machine learning. He co-founded and ran Songkick, the concert service used by 17m people each month. He is the co-author of the State of AI Report, and in 2018 he wrote a widely citied essay, AI Nationalism, on the geopolitical implications of continued rapid progress in machine learning.More about Ian Hogarth
Associate Director at The Public Health and Intelligence unit of NHS National Services Scotland
As Associate Director, Carol Sinclair is responsible for a varied strategic portfolio within the Public Health and Intelligence unit of NHS National Services Scotland. A keen advocate for innovation across the public sector, she is a founding Challenge Sponsor in the Scottish Government’s CivTech® programme and is a member of its Advisory Board.More about Carol Sinclair
Deputy Director at UCL Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose
This event is chaired by IIPP Deputy Director Rainer Kattel. Rainer is Professor of Innovation and Public Governance at University College London (UCL). He is a renowned expert on thinking about creativity within public administration, working for the OECD, UNDP and the European Commission. He is a co-author of Innovation Bureaucracies (forthcoming 2019), which will be the first book-length study on the topic.More about Rainer Kattel