Toekomstige Zorg

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Summary

A conversation with Aimee (in a crowded lobby) about how training an AI could impact the carbon footprint, how we need to think about the difference between a human touch of a doctor versus a robot, and why we need to talk NOW in stead of waiting till we have the problems in our backyard.

Show Notes

A conversation with Aimee (in a crowded lobby) about how training an AI could impact the carbon footprint, how we need to think about the difference between a human touch of a doctor versus a robot, and why we need to talk NOW in stead of waiting till we have the problems in our backyard.

Aimee van Wynsberghe has been working in ICT and robotics since 2004. She is Assistant Professor in Ethics and Technology at TU Delft in the Netherlands. She co-founded the Foundation for Responsible Robotics and on the board of the Institute for Accountability in a Digital Age.  She is author of the book Healthcare Robots: Ethics, Design, and Implementation. More to read on Wikipedia.
She is a colleague of mine as Edge fellow at the center for the edge @deloitte

What is Toekomstige Zorg?

Gesprekken over innovatie, technologie en (opkomende) verandering in gezondheid(zorg). Een podcast van Lucien Engelen met de missie "Een zachte landing in de toekomst mogelijk maken". CEO Transform, Health, Edge Fellow Deloitte Center for the Edge; Global Strategist Digital Health, Faculty Exponential Medicine; Singularity University USA and NL. (je kunt ook een Engels versie van de podcast vinden onder "Future of Health")