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Webinar by Timo Minssen: AI in the Medical Sciences & the Medicus L(ex) Machina

SPEAKER

Timo Minssen

Founding Director of the Centre

for Advanced Studies in

Biomedical Innovation Law,

University of Copenhagen.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DATE

November the 20th, 2018

13:00 GMT to 14:00 GMT.

 

LOCATION

Event will be held online

TECHNIS is pleased to invite you to a free webinar. TECHNIS webinars focus on IP and innovation examining recent legal, economic, managerial, ethical and policy issues related to technological innovation. Our approach is interdisciplinary and presentations are given by experts in different fields such as economics, law, management, STS, sociology, anthropology and philosophy. Webinar presentations last for 20min and are followed by a 40min discussion.

Please join us for a webinar on Tuesday the 20th of November 2018 at 13:00 London time i.e. 14:00 Brussels time, 15:00 Athens time. The speaker is Timo Minssen, Founding Director of the Centre for Advanced Studies in Biomedical Innovation Law, University of Copenhagen. Note that the seminar will not take place during the usual time slot of 12:00 London time.

 

The title of the talk is “AI in the Medical Sciences & the Medicus L(ex) Machina".

 

The moderator will be Dr. Andreas Panagopoulos.

 

The program we use to deliver webinars is called VSee and you can easily download it for free. A very short demo of VSee can be found at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nDb7-Mrz0L4.

 

This webinar is free and open to all.

 

To participate and for further information, please contact Dr. Andreas Panagopoulos at least a day prior to the seminar.

 

Abstract: There is no doubt that artificial intelligence, advanced machine learning and Big Data shapes the future of personalized healthcare and precision medicine. While offering amazing possibilities, these technologies will also disrupt traditional value chains and structures in the health sector. This will in turn effect the applicable legal and regulatory frameworks. Some areas of law will remain valid through creative judicial interpretations. Other areas of law, however, are in need of significant reforms or might even have to be conceived from the scratch. This contribution provides a systematic overview of the most crucial legal challenges that are currently emerging. It will also sketch out how some of these legal issues interconnect and in which specific areas they crystallize.

 

 

 

 

 

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