AI in the Clinic
Dr Annamaria Carusi
University College London, United Kingdom
AI applications are currently developing in many different aspects of medicine and healthcare. Often these are described one by one, as separate applications. However, in reality, any real world clinical context will have multiple AI applications, that all have to be interconnected with each other, and with other existing technologies, in the complex process of making decisions that will affect patients' diagnoses and treatments. This project has two main aims, firstly to study the interactions among multiple AI applications in one real world setting: a leading national Pulmonary Hypertension Unit, where AI is being developed for a number of different day to day tasks, in order to optimise diagnose and treatment, and secondly to test ways in which AI can be developed with foresight into its potential effects.