During the IoT Week 2022, held in Dublin from 20 to 23 June 2022 at the Croke Park Stadium, if you were there, you had a chance to attend to the session “Trustworthy in Artificial Intelligence in the healthcare domain”, in which AIOTI representative from WG Health Pietro Dionisio was involved as co-organizer and panelist.
The session, moderated by Giuseppe Fico (Universidad Politecnica de Madrid – UPM) and Lidia Manero Mijangos (Medtronic Iberica) was mainly devoted to analyzing trustworthy AI in the healthcare domain according to significant experiences from AIOTI WG Health perspective and key EU funded projects. In particular, the following entities and H2020 projects were represented:
Pietro Dionisio (AIOTI WG Health) debated on the AIOTI vision for a wider AI adoption in the healthcare domain with a specific focus on the main AI application domain, AI related opportunities and associated risk for AI wider adoption, strategies for supporting AI wider adoption. On top of this, a best practice (the ACTIVA case study) coming from AIOTI WG Health member (Emergya) was shared with the attendance.
Giorgio Micheletti (IDC consulting director – OPEN-DEI) proposed a speech with the title “What the future holds for AI in Healthcare”. The main discussed elements were related to the switching to a data-driven healthcare to enable an integrated and personalized care model, telehealth and virtual care platform support, the shift from hospital-based to home-based care, ways to scale the adoption of AI in healthcare.
Filippo Cavallo (UNIFI – PHARAON coordinator) in his slot presented the Large Scale Pilot project, PHARAON – Pilots for Healthy and Active Ageing (PHARAON). A particular focus was devoted to the presentation of the Italian pilot use case with particular attention towards AI based solution deployed.
Artur Krukowski (Intracom S. A. Telecom Solutions – SHAPES) provided relevant insights on the Large Scale Pilot project, SHAPES – Smart and Health Ageing through People Engaging in supporting Systems (SHAPES) with a particular focus on SHAPES framework.
Giuseppe Fico (UPM – FAITH) presented the key elements of the FAITH’s framework and approaches as well as the encountered challenges and how they have been overtaken. On top of this, a specific focus has been provided on the vision of the FAITH Data Space and on how it is being prepared.
An exciting debate has been triggered among audiences and panelists on the concept of trustworthiness in AI domain as well as on the upcoming challenges that have to be tackled in the near future.
AIOTI WG Health continued such discussion by drafting a white paper on AI for better health.