Prof Jeremy Wyatt
Faculty of Clinical Informatics, London
Jeremy Wyatt has 30 years experience as a hospital physician and 35 years’ medical AI experience, including running Europe’s first randomised trial of clinical AI in 1986, 10 years chairing the European Society for AI in Medicine, several months at Edinburgh dept of AI and an MRC Travelling Fellowship year in Stanford working with Ted Shortliffe. He has written a textbook on clinical knowledge management, two other textbooks and over 200 articles on development and evaluation of clinical AI and other clinical systems. Jeremy has advised the Royal College of Physicians, Care Quality Commission, NHSX, Medicines and Healthcare Regulatory Agency and World Health Organisation. He chairs the FCI AI Special Interest Group, convenes UK MCBK activity and is emeritus professor of digital healthcare in Southampton. He also makes commemorative objects and jewellery in titanium and other materials and is a member of the Association for Contemporary Jewellery.
Clinical challenges to AI: survey of UK specialty societies
I will describe the clinical challenges to AI identified in our survey, including quality issues, regulation and legal liability, and the new Faculty of Clinical Informatics (FCI) AI Special Interest Group set up to address them. I also convene the wider community interested in Mobilising Computable Biomedical Knowledge (MCBK) for learning health systems, including NICE, NHSX, NHS Digital, academics and medical publishers, and will summarise our recent launch workshop.
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