Moral Machine? - Digital Ethics in Healthcare and Insurances
April 10, 2019
15:45 - 16:45
_Hub 4, Hall 4.2
The federal government’s Data Ethics Commission has pledged to put forward a draft outlining ethical guidelines on data policy, the use of algorithms, AI and new digital products by the summer of 2019.
The challenge will be to reconcile a framework that promotes innovation on the one hand with protecting the integrity of digitally connected individuals on the other.
- How can one define responsible patient data management?
- Will “donating data” generally solve the problem of urgently needed data in research and industry?
- What are digital clinical studies and what are their benefits?
- How can one make correct use of the flow of data and what happens to it – including when someone dies?
This session is organised and held by the German Association of Health IT Vendors – bvitg e. V and the German Association of the Digital Economy (BVDW).
Dr. Sarah J. Becker, Managing Partner, idigiT - Insitute for Digital Transformation in Healthcare GmbH
Achim Himmelreich, Vice President, German Association for the Digital Economy (BVDW)
Dr Janina Loh, University Assistant (Post-Doc), Technical and Media Philosophy, University of Vienna
Dr. André Nemat, Managing Partner, Institute for Digital Transformation in Healthcare, Board Member, International Data Space Association (IDSA)