Assessing AI assessing Humans: The use of artificial intelligence in the assessment of patients' capacity to give consent
In this two-day workshop, we will discuss the use of artificial intelligence in the assessment of patients'capacity to consent in a circle of selected experts from the fields of philosophy,law, medicine, sociology, computer science, psychology and political science.
In the light of these interdisciplinary perspectives, different aspects of this complex of topics will be examined: How does the use of AI influence our sense of autonomy? Howis the ability to consent assessed in practice? How do patients feel when they are assessed by AI? How does AI change physicians' understanding of their role? How can it be ensured that the AI does not distort but makes reliable and non-discriminatory decisions? How is such an assessment to be classified legally, what new laws or regulations are needed? Who bears the moral and legal responsibility in case of wrong decisions? What effects does the use of such systems have on our society and our self-image as a whole?
In addition to the speakers, weare offering participation to a limited number of guests. If you are interested in participating, please contact us.