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UCSF Bioethics, the UCSF Bakar Computational Health Sciences Institute, and the UCSF/UC Berkeley Joint Program in Computational Precision Health are excited to present a discussion between Anita Ho, PhD, MPH and Ida Sim, MD, PhD on remote health monitoring and artificial intelligence ethics using case studies from Dr. Ho’s new book, Live Like Nobody Is Watching: Relational Autonomy in the Age of Artificial Intelligence Health Monitoring.

Discussion from 4:00-5:00pm, catered reception to follow

Anita Ho, PhD, MPH
is a bioethicist and health services researcher with a unique combined academic training and experience in philosophy, clinical/organizational ethics, public health, and business. Anita is Associate Professor at the UCSF Bioethics Program and Clinical Associate Professor at the Centre for Applied Ethics at the University of British Columbia. She is also the Vice President of Ethics (Northern California Division) for CommonSpirit Health. Between 2014 and 2017, Anita was Associate Professor and the Director of Undergraduate Ethics Education at the Centre for Biomedical Ethics at the National University of Singapore School of Medicine.

Ida Sim, MD, PhD is Professor of Medicine and Computational Precision Health, UCSF Director of the UCSF UC Berkeley Joint Program in Computational Precision Health, UCSF first Chief Research Informatics Officer, and a practicing primary care physician.

Dr. Sim’s research focuses on the technology and policies for large-scale data sharing of health data. She co-founded Open mHealth, a nonprofit organization that defines the IEEE global open standard for patient-generated health data interoperability. Her current research develops new methods for integrating smartphone and sensor data for management of multiple chronic conditions in primary care.

Dr. Sim is a member of the National Academy of Medicine and the American Society for Clinical Investigation, is a recipient of the United States Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE), and a Fellow of the American College of Medical Informatics.

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