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Welcome to the Artifical Intelligence Conference 2017 - discussing life, leisure and limitations of using AI technology. 

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Wednesday, May 24 • 14:25 - 15:10
"Should robots and AIs carry health warnings?"

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The impact of automation in the National Health Service Dr Vishal Nangalia, NHS England Clinician Entrepreneur and a Consultant Anaesthetist at the Royal Free Hospital against Dave Taylor, Imperial College, Trustees Board of the Patients Association

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Joanne Pransky

World's First Robotic Psychiatrist, Joanne Pransky
Joanne Pransky has been tracking the robot evolution for three decades now and is a burgeoning voice in the now-official field of human-robot interaction. She serves as the U.S. Associate Editor for Emerald Press, publisher of Industrial Robot Journal, and is one of the Co-Founders... Read More →

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Vishal Nangalia

NHS Clinician Entrepreneur, Anaesthesiologist, Medical Machine Learning Ninja, National Health Service
Vishal Nangalia, is an Anaesthesiologist, with a PhD in Medical Machine Learning, and a Space Medicine Enthusiast. He has a patent for an automated earlobe blood sampler which allows patients to take blood samples themselves. Vishal has also created advanced models of disease prediction... Read More →
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Dave Taylor

Digital Development, Patients Association
Dave Taylor has over 35 years experience of digital development and marketing in both the public and private sectors. Until 2002 he was Vice President for a multinational manufacturer, where he was responsible for e-commerce and web marketing in over 25 countries. In 2003 he joined... Read More →

Wednesday May 24, 2017 14:25 - 15:10 BST
Turing Room The Institution of Engineering and Technology 2 Savoy Pl, London WC2R 0BL, UK