May 14, 2024, 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Exploring a critical data studies approach to AI and data ethics in practice

An 'Ethics in Dialogue Series III' event by the University of Liverpool School of Medicine


A free webinar 
Tuesday May 14 – 6:00pm – 7:30pm online (BST)

Dialogue between:

Dr Emily Rempel from the Liverpool City Region Civic Data Cooperative will share case studies from her research on public deliberation and critical data studies in practice. Ranging from an ethnography of the National UK Data Science Ethics Guidelines to building community-led data hubs in Widnes to applying a public focus for data communication during the COVID-19 crisis. Her research asks how governments and public health can take a critical lens to centre public deliberation to promote benefit instead of harm from data and AI.

Dr Teodora Manea Hauskeller lecturer in bioethics and programme lead for the MSc Global Healthcare Ethics, School of Medicine. She will discuss critical ethics issues around AI and data sciences and explore their relevance for medical education and healthcare in general.


Dr Sarah Hart is Vice-Dean for PGT and Internationalisation within the School of Medicine. Her research background is in omics and biomarker discovery, and she is hoping to hear a little about how we can make ethical use of big data to support precision healthcare decision-making.

Aims of the session:

– To discussion and explore the existing National UK Data Science Ethics Guidelines

– To understand what is critical data studies approach to AI

– To explore public health and healthcare implications of AI and data science

Please register by 5pm on Thursday 9 May 2024 via the button below, make sure you select the correct ticket for either in person or online attendance.

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