New ADD Webinar and Policy Brief on Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare

Read the Policy Brief and Watch the Webinar in Danish

What do patients think about the use of artificial intelligence in diagnostics? Do healthcare professionals trust the recommendations from the “machine”? And what considerations do developers have when building new AI health tech for the Danish healthcare system?

These are the kinds of questions that a group of researchers and partners associated with the ADD project have explored through a series of knowledge forums held in 2022-23 with clinicians, developers, patients, and relatives in the healthcare sector. You can read about the findings in a new policy brief authored by Postdoc in the ADD project at Roskilde University, Prince Marcus Valiant Lantz, with daily leader of the Centre for Clinical Artificial Intelligence (CAI-X), Peter Børker Nielsen, and project manager and research assistant in the ADD project at Aalborg University, Ulrikke Dybdal Sørensen.

The insights are also available in a newly released ADD webinar, where Prince Marcus Valiant Lantz and Peter Børker Nielsen discuss the experiences from the conducted knowledge forums and how these experiences, among other things, are relevant to the recently published report by the Health Structure Commission.