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            Healthcare Technology Event – Artificial Intelligence, Real Headache?

            How will Artificial Intelligence and Healthcare Tech affect negligence claims and insurance? 
            Healthcare | DWF

            Date
            05 March 2020 08:30
            to
            05 March 2020 10:30

            Locations
            20 Fenchurch St
            London
            EC3M 3AG
            London
            England

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            RSVP
            08:30 - Registration
            09:00 - Panel discussion and Q&A
            10:00 - Coffee & networking

            Artificial Intelligence and other healthcare technology is transforming aspects of the diagnosis and treatment of disease, but:

            • What are the implications for clinical negligence liability and insurance, particularly in the UK private sector?
            • What are the legal implications of the use of AI in diagnostics?
            • Who should take responsibility for inherent bias in the data sets on which the AI relies?
            • Is a new legal and insurance regime going to be essential to meet these challenges?

            Tracy Sell-Peters - DWF

            Edite Ligere, Barrister, 1COR

            Robert Kellar, QC, Barrister, 1COR

            Nick Plowman, Consultant Oncologist 

            RSVP

            Meet the speakers

            Tracy Sell-Peters

            • Partner // Head of Healthcare Litigation

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