The sixth and final episode of a short series about AI in healthcare features Bart de Witte and a discussion about data privacy, the future of AI models in healthcare and the issue of a potentially dystopian future if we decide to let monetization of healthcare data get out of control. Bart is a digital health tech expert who worked as an executive director for the world largest technology vendors such as IBM and SAP. He has been intimately involved as a mentor in the formation and growth of a dozen digital health startups, and lectures at different universities in Germany, Belgium, Switzerland and Austria. Lately, he has been on a mission to harness the power of artificial intelligence to help to solve current and future inequalities in healthcare.
Other episodes in the series: 1- The potential benefits for the patients in the first episode:https://www.facesofdigitalhealth.com/blog/f047-ai-in-healthcare-giving-patients-their-lives-back
2- AI development in radiology with Chief Medical Information Officer at Nuance Woojin Kim: https://www.facesofdigitalhealth.com/blog/f048-ai-in-healthcare-part-25-radiology-disrupted
3- prof. Dr. Tadej Battelino, world renowned diabetologies and endocrinologist and Chief Clinical at DreaMed Diabetes about AI in diabetes: https://www.facesofdigitalhealth.com/blog/f049-ai-in-healthcare-35-impacts-in-diabetes-tadej-battelino
4- CEO of Orbita – BIll Rogers about the development of voice technologies thanks to AI: https://www.facesofdigitalhealth.com/blog/f050-ai-in-healthcare-46-the-power-of-voice-bill-rogers
5- stroke research in AI with Vince Madai PhD in Neuroscience, and Michelle Livne, PhD in Machine LEarning from Charite University Hospital in Berlin:https://www.facesofdigitalhealth.com/blog/ai-in-healthcare-56-decision-support-for-stroke-therapy-michelle-livne-vince-madai