• 27 May 2021
    17:00 - 18:00

Join authors Chris Cosgriff and Leo Celi in discussion with Katie MacLure (Chair of BCS Health & Care Scotland) for our live BCS (the Chartered Institute for IT) BMJ HCI Journal Club hosted by Digital Health.

‘The clinical artificial intelligence department: a prerequisite for success’ https://informatics.bmj.com/content/27/1/e100183
Christopher V. Cosgriff, David J. Stone, Gary Weissman, Romain Pirracchio, Leo Anthony Celi

Synopsis
Is artificial intelligence (AI) on track to usurp the electronic health record (EHR) as the most disappointing application of technology within medicine? The medical literature is increasingly populated with perspective pieces lauding the transformative nature of AI and forecasting an unforeseen disruption in the way we are practising. However, the reality of the available evidence increasingly leaves little room for optimism. As a result, there is a stark contrast between the lack of concrete penetration of AI in medical practice, and the expectations set by the presence of AI in our daily life. But medical AI need not follow the path of the EHR as a clinical tool that to many led to more workflow woes than it was intended to fix.