AI in the real world – new funding to help define the best ways for AI, clinicians, and patients to work together


Our implementation arm, the Improvement Academy, have been awarded funding from The MPS Foundation for a new project in collaboration with the University of York. The Shared CAIRE (Shared Care AI Role Evaluation) project will research how artificial intelligence (AI) might work with clinicians and patients in the real world. Different human-machine interaction models for shared decision-making in healthcare will be tested and their ethical and legal implications considered.

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