On July 2, the Mutualité Française Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes and the Espace de Réflexion Ethique Régional Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes will organize a round table on artificial intelligence. This event, which follows a first round table dedicated to health data, is part of the cycle of web mornings: “Innovation in health: a technological revolution with an ethical dimension”. This second opus will focus more specifically on the subject of AI in health, which is full of promises and questions. Nourishing great hopes in fields as diverse as cancer diagnosis, the personalization of care paths, the prediction of reaction to treatments or the synthesis of new drug molecules, artificial intelligence is one of the great revolutions that all health professionals will have to grasp in the years to come.
A panel of prestigious guests will shed light on the subject at the round table, which will be introduced by Yves Perrin, President of the Mutualité Française Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes.
This round table, which can be viewed on the Internet (Microsoft Teams), will bring together :
- Pr Jérôme BÉRANGER: Associate researcher in digital ethics at INSERM in Toulouse and co-founder of the company ADELIAA and its label ADEL dedicated to the ethics of data and algorithms.
- Éric CHENUT: committed citizen, social protection activist, vice-president of the MGEN group and administrator of the Mutualité Française,
- Prof. Jean-Jacques LEMAIRE: neurosurgeon at the Gabriel Montpied University Hospital in Clermont-Ferrand, member of the scientific council of the Fondation de l’avenir.
Artificial intelligence in health: Between technological prowess and ethical considerations
This two-hour round table, during which the public will be invited to ask questions, will answer questions related to the contributions of artificial intelligence in health, but also to the many questions it may raise: What is artificial intelligence? What is the current status of its development and deployment in healthcare? What are the impacts for health actors? How is it perceived and accepted by patients? What are the political and regulatory issues?
Registration to the round table is free and can be done by following this link.
About Mutualité française Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes (MfARA):
The Mutualité française Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes represents more than 200 mutual health insurance companies that protect 4.4 million people. For more information, ara.mutualite.fr