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Ethical Machine Learning in Health Care

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Sherri Rose: Dream come true to coauthor a review article on ethical machine learning in health care with this team of brilliant women: @irenetrampoline, @2plus2make5, Shalmali Joshi, @KadijaFerryman & @MarzyehGhassemi. https://arxiv.org/pdf/2009.10576.pdf https://t.co/1zw8mToaZR

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Marzyeh: Definitely a dream team that came together to do an Annual Review in Ethical Machine Learning in Health Care! :)

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Irene Chen: We wrote an accessible review article about the ethical ML in health care pipeline -- with margin definitions! Grateful to the dream team @2plus2make5 @sherrirose Shalmali Joshi @KadijaFerryman @MarzyehGhassemi https://arxiv.org/abs/2009.10576 https://t.co/1asc3r3zSF

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Curt Langlotz: A helpful rubric for identifying where bias can occur when conducting AI research in health care: 1. problem selection 2. data collection 3. outcome definition 4. algorithm development 5. post-deployment https://arxiv.org/abs/2009.10576 @StanfordAIMI @Radiology_AI https://t.co/7qTEG0AYiM

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Max Little: Excellent contribution to the critical topic of the fair use of ML in healthcare. Particularly strong on the need to take causality into account and look critically at narrow performance metrics. Important implications for ML safety as well, not covered by emerging guidelines.

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Pranav Rajpurkar: Cool review paper! I especially like the highlighted five steps in ethical pipeline for healthcare model dev. https://t.co/FGUesjxeAl

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Ellie Murray: looks amazing!

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Enrico Coiera: New review of the ethics of ML in health care using social justice as a lens

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Stacy Carter: Great to see #justice coming forward in debates about #healthcare #AI. The healthcare sector has been relatively slow to adopt #MachineLearning which provides opportunities to learn from other sectors. Critically important to avoid amplifying #prejudice in healthcare.

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WiMLDS Limassol: Check out this paper on the ethical use of ML in Healthcare by these brilliant fellow-ML ladies! https://arxiv.org/pdf/2009.10576.pdf

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HotComputerScience: Most popular computer science paper of the day: "Ethical Machine Learning in Health Care" https://hotcomputerscience.com/paper/ethical-machine-learning-in-health-care https://twitter.com/sherrirose/status/1308567248571777024

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Jeanette Noble: #OUB329 week 1, some more thoughts on the disadvantages of using AI technology. Bias of the coder can make decisions flawed and could increase disparities. What are your thoughts?

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Rachele Sanfelici: “How can ML be used to shift power, e.g., from well-known institutions, privileged patients, and wealthy multinational corporations to the patients most in need?”

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Jason H. Moore, PhD: Ethical Machine Learning in Health Care https://arxiv.org/abs/2009.10576 #machinelearning #ethics #informatics #healthcare

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Benjamin Singleton: Ethical Machine Learning in Health Care #MachineLearning #BigData https://arxiv.org/abs/2009.10576

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Jeanette Noble: Some useful critique in the use of AI, which draws links with week 2 #OUB329 #Precarity, understanding bias and disparities @B329Leadership.

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Data for Health: RT @sherrirose: Dream come true to coauthor a review article on ethical machine learning in health care with this team of brilliant women: @irenetrampoline, @2plus2make5, Shalmali Joshi, @KadijaFerryman & @MarzyehGhassemi. https://arxiv.org/pdf/2009.10576.pdf https://t.co/9DweuxxiTi

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