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On the responsible use and design of artificial intelligence in medicine


Artificial intelligence (AI), algorithms, and deep learning are considered important keywords in the medicine of the future (Fraunhofer IKS 2022 [1] ). However, the use of AI in medicine does not only hold opportunities, but also risks. The Center for Responsible AI Technologies - a joint research project of the Technical University of Munich (TUM [2]), the Munich School of Philosophy (HFPH [3]) and the University of Augsburg (UNIA [4]) - aims to assess the possible potentials as well as problem areas of AI from a medical, social science, (medical) ethical and technology philosophy perspective based on use-cases. The analysis will focus on the following parameters: AI as a black box for users, the question of trustworthiness of AI-based decisions, the question of biases of AI-based analyses, as well as the participatory design of AI and the ethical question of responsibility, at which thresholds AI should be used.


For more information, visit: https://www.center-responsible-ai.de/


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[1] https://www.iks.fraunhofer.de/de/themen/kuenstliche-intelligenz/kuenstliche-intelligenz-medizin.html

[2] https://www.tum.de/

[3] https://www.hfph.de

[4] https://www.uni-augsburg.de/de/