IPEM submission on Governance of Artificial Intelligence inquiry

EVIDENCE submitted by IPEM to a House of Commons inquiry has been published.

The House of Commons Science and Technology Committee sought written evidence on the Governance of Artificial Intelligence (AI).

The committee asked several specific questions and members of IPEM’s Clinical and Scientific Computing Special Interest Group led on compiling a response to the inquiry.

The response said that in relation to healthcare, governance around AI is largely achieved via pre-existing regulatory frameworks but the lack of AI-specific standards was causing uncertainty over the appropriate steps required to ensure safe, effective development and clinical use of AI.

It added that healthcare workers were best placed to make the use of AI more transparent and explainable to the public and patients.

You can read the full response by following the link below.

Governance of Artificial Intelligence inquiry