27th Annual Thomas Pitts Lectureship in Medical Ethics – 19.2.2021


Invited Talk: Integrating Ethics into AI Tool Development in Healthcare


‘The Thomas A. Pitts Lectureship in Medical Ethics is an educational series in biomedical
ethics that was established several years ago by a bequest from Dr. Pitts to the Medical
University of South Carolina. The fund is used to bring together a group of scholars each
year to explore a particular area of biomedical ethics and health policy.
The 27th Annual Lectureship takes place as a fully virtual conference February 19, 2021
and addresses “Artificial Intelligence in Health Care: Ethical Implications”. Nationally known figures in their respective fields speak on the ethical implications of AI in health care from their particular perspectives.’

This year’s speakers include:

  • Luciana Floridi, University of Oxford
  • Sara Gerke, Harvard Law School
  • Matthew Lungren, Stanford University
  • Gretchen Purcell Jackson, IBM Watson Health
  • Cansu Canca, AI Ethics Lab

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Pitts 2021 Brochure


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