The D-seal took part in and was presented at this three-day course called ‘Health Data and AI’ by the Health Ethics & Policy Lab at ETH Zurich in collaboration with the ETH AI Center. The aim was to expand understanding of data ethics and AI’s impact on society.
This three-day advanced course offered a critical overview and understanding of the ethical and regulatory challenges triggered by the use of big data and artificial intelligence (AI) in the health sector. Digital health technologies and AI have developed rapidly in recent years. The Covid 19 pandemic has further exacerbated this trend.
The increasing potential for these technologies to have a significant impact on individuals and societies requires continuous engagement with the ethical and governance challenges they pose.
Responsible use of data: Denmark’s ‘D-seal’ strategy
D-seal’s Director, Mikael Jensen got the opportunity to talk about the D-seal approach and how it aims to create trustworthy technology and responsible use of data on an organizational level.
The course was organised by the Health Ethics & Policy Lab at ETH Zurich in collaboration with the ETH AI Center. Read more about it here.