UCLIC Research Seminar Series
Recording of Talk
A recording of this talk is available on the UCLIC YouTube channel: https://youtu.be/l_rMKIo1su4
There are many opportunities to harness technologies innovations for the benefit of provision of health and care in the UK and worldwide. However, the real-world use and adoption of these technologies can be less than straightforward - people are diverse, unpredictable, and just plain weird. This talk will cover two topics that have the potential to make real change: AI in healthcare and technology enabled care. I will discuss approaches to involving end users in the design process and leveraging existing commercial technologies for everyday health and care.
Dr Aisling Ann O'Kane is an Associate Professor of HCI for Health at University of Bristol and was Deputy Director of the EPSRC CDT in Digital Health & Care. She was PI of InnovateUK's ML4Diabetes grant, Co-I for UKRI COTADS, Co-I for ESRC Sociodigital Futures, and Co-I for the EPSRC SPHERE NS. Irish name, Canadian accent, and proud alumni of UCL Interaction Centre and EPSRC CHI+MED.