‘How is Artificial Intelligence (AI) being integrated into modern medicine?’
Tuesday 15 February 2022, 17:30. What are some of the ethical and legal challenges of implementing artificial intelligence in a clinical setting? And what are the opportunities from a clinical point of view? How can we make best use of current technologies to improve screening and diagnostics? Should we be intimidated by AI or embrace what it can offer in the medical field? This panel was designed for those curious about these and similar questions.
Alumnus: Hugh Mcintyre
Hugh has been a Consultant Physician on the South Coast of England for some time. Interested in heart failure he is a Fellow of the European Society of Cardiology. He is also a Non-Executive Director of the Kent and Medway Integrated Care system and chairs a Quality Standards Committee of the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence having recently been Medical Adviser to the Board. Matriculating at Lincoln in 1978, Hugh rowed (Third Eight – blade), played darts (Second Team) and chaired the 1980 After Eight Ball Committee (it rained). He survived this to graduate as a doctor in London and thereafter has acquired various degrees – most recently in the Philosophy of Medicine. Hugh is a Trustee of the Old Members Exhibition Trust and Annual Fund Working Group.
MCR Speaker: Baptiste Vasey
Baptiste is a DPhil candidate with the Nuffield Department of Surgical Sciences, and a Berrow Foundation Lord Florey scholar at Lincoln College. He obtained a Master of Medicine from the University of Zurich, Switzerland, and subsequently passed the Swiss Federal Medical Licensing Examination. Following graduation, he was awarded a Mercator Fellowships on International Affairs to investigate the potential of computer-aided decision support to improve access to appropriate healthcare in low-resource settings. As part of this fellowship, he spent three months in Burkina Faso working on IeDA, Western Africa’s largest mHealth project, joined the WHO Global Coordination Mechanism on the prevention and control of NCDs and collaborated with the MIT Gehrke Lab, investigating biomarkers for the detection and classification of dengue fever. Baptiste’s research focuses on computer-aided decision support to improve the management of patients presenting with postoperative complications. His interest in artificial intelligence (AI) being used as adjunct, rather than replacement, to human intelligence also led him to investigate how AI systems should be evaluated in clinical settings. He is currently leading the development of the DECIDE-AI, a reporting guideline for the early-stage clinical evaluation of AI-based decision support systems.
Fellow: Bass Hassan
T.O. Ogunlesi Senior Research Fellow and Professor of Medical Oncology.
MCR Chair: Matthew Lai
Matthew is a medical student at Oxford, having received a BA in Medical Sciences in 2019 from Lincoln College. He worked in Aktivolabs Pte. Ltd, a digital health company, and developed preventive approaches for non-communicable diseases in his role as VP of Research and Development. With a passion for public health, he is co-writing a book chapter on logistics and management in infectious disease emergencies. Matthew grew up in the US, Canada and Australia, where he graduated from high school. He is a keen sportsman in his spare time having competed for Oxford in taekwondo and is a member of the Oxford University amateur boxing squad.