Chief Clinical Information Officer and Director, Digital Medicine Moorfields Eye Hospital
Artificial Intelligence is one of a number of technologies that are expected radically to transform healthcare in the coming years. However, AI is not new, nor is the ability of computer systems to outperform expert humans at clinical decision making. In this talk, we will look at the history of AI and its track record in medicine, and ask why it has not already had more of an impact. We will examine how our approaches to providing clinical care on the high street and in the hospital will need to change in order for the potential of AI to be released, and how a transformed healthcare system that maximises the use of AI might look.