Thu Nov 11 2021

How human-centered, responsible AI can save lives

AI-enabled solutions have great potential to improve healthcare, if they are developed responsibly and with a human-centered focus. Designing, developing and using AI responsibly means to create AI that is trustworthy, fair, robust and transparent. This enables us to develop reliable and effective solutions to meaningful problems, thereby increasing the impact of our innovations in practice. For this reason, Responsible AI development is of growing importance to healthcare providers, patients, and regulators.

In the November edition of the Responsible AI webinar series, Jon Pluyter, Senior Usability Designer and Experience Lead Design Innovation at Philips Experience Design, and Arlette van Wissen, Senior Scientist at Philips Research, will outline what Responsible AI means in the healthcare domain and how human-centered design can contribute to responsible AI goals.

Our guest speakers will zoom in on potential risks of AI systems that are not designed with these principles in mind, and how that can affect our healthcare professionals and patients. They will also demonstrate the work they do at Philips to create tools and identify best practices in order to create high-quality AI systems that put people first, are in line with (upcoming) regulations, and take into account key elements of responsible AI within the AI lifecycle.

About the speakers

Jon Pluyter

Senior Usability Designer and Experience Lead Design Innovation

Jon focuses on research and development of smart data and artificial intelligence-driven medical applications for improving complex clinical decision-making.

Arlette van Wissen

Senior Scientist

Arlette focuses on human-centered AI. She leverages AI technologies such as conversational intelligence and content personalization to increase patient and user engagement.