Healthcare sector (community reference meeting)
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WASP-HS community reference meeting aims at learning for public and private organisations in Sweden about challenges and questions of their interest and sharing recent developments within WASP-HS in order to identify opportunities for collaboration in different sectors. This WASP-HS community reference meeting is all about the healthcare sector.
13:00 Introduction to WASP-HS
Virginia Dignum, WASP-HS program director
13:15 Human-centric care in the age of digital
Maja Fjaestad, State Secretary to the Minister for Health and Social Affairs of Sweden
13:30 Roundtable discussions (in parallel):
- Harmonising diverse patient data for person-centered care
Chair: Ericka Johnson, Professor, Department of Thematic Studies (TEMA), Linköping University
Co-chair: Katherine Harrison, Senior Lecturer, Department of Thematic Studies (TEMA), Linköping University
- Data work in biomedical AI: the hidden challenges of data, pretraining, and ground truths
Chair: Francis Lee, Associate Professor in Technology and Social Change at the division for Science, Chalmers University
Co-chair: Magnus Boman, Professor, Division of Software and Computer Systems, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
- Citizen’s perspective on human-centered AI for illness prevention
Chair: Helena Lindgren, Professor, Department of Computing Science, Umeå University
Co-chair: Ingeborg Nilsson, Professor, Department of Community Medicine and Rehabilitation, Umeå University
- Social robotics and trustworthy human-robot interaction in healthcare
Chair: Ginevra Castellano, Professor in Intelligent Interactive Systems, Department of Information Technology, Uppsala University
Co-chair: Katie Winkle, Digital Futures Postdoctoral Research fellow, Division of Robotics, Perception and Learning, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
14:25 Summary and conclusions
15:00 End of the event
The event will be held in English. The number of participants is limited.
Registration is now closed.