Cristina González-Gonzalo will be presenting at the 31st Meeting of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes Eye Complications Study Group (EASDec), which takes place in Odense (Denmark) on 28th – 30th October 2021.
She will present at the Session for Novel methods in retinal imaging on Saturday 30th about her latest work on “Trustworthy AI: closing the gap between development and integration of AI in Ophthalmology“.
This work identifies the main aspects that currently complicate the integration of artificial intelligence (AI) in ophthalmic settings. Healthcare providers in ophthalmology should consider such aspects and their consequences when thinking of AI in practice. It is key that all involved stakeholders collaborate and interact from the beginning of the AI design process to ensure a good alignment with real-world clinical needs and settings. This way, it will be possible to generate trustworthy AI solutions and close the gap between development and deployment, so that the AI benefits currently shown on paper reach the final users.
The full abstract can be found in the European Journal of Ophthalmology.