Artificial Intelligence in Medicine (AIM) & Ethics: Trends and Looking Ahead
Sponsored by Springer Nature
Recorded on 08/24/2022
Posted in The Authority File
In the final episode of this series, Dr. Niklas Lidströmer, co-editor of Artificial Intelligence in Medicine, looks at future trends of Artificial Intelligence in Medicine (AIM). Niklas covers major innovations ahead and their potential impacts on treatment and the patient and doctor relationship. In addition, he discusses the current global applications of AIM and his forthcoming title on Artificial Intelligence and the COVID-19 pandemic. Last, Niklas considers how librarianship will fit into the increased availability of medical data, including more advanced patron requests and co-authorship between librarians and researchers.
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About the guest:
Dr. Niklas Lidströmer, MD, MSc
Specialist Physician, Senior Advisor, Postgraduate Researcher
Dr. Niklas Lidströmer of Karolinska Institute is a specialist physician, postgraduate researcher in AI in medicine, senior advisor in AI and medical investments, former AI entrepreneur and founder of an AI powered medical platform, former head of Medical AI at a variety of med-tech companies, and also previous co-leader of a handful of successful medical startups.
His experience also encompasses widespread global clinical work spanning 20 years within numerous regions across eight countries. After graduating with a master’s thesis on global medicine in 2000, he began practicing as a medical doctor in 2002, followed by internship, specialized residencies, and clinical work all over the world, including 1 year circumnavigating as a maritime doctor. His international work experience, fluency in nearly ten languages, practical familiarization with AI in the medical and pharmaceutical industries, and clinical specialist competence in general medicine have produced a passion for translational and educational aspects of artificial intelligence in medicine.
Dr. Lidströmer is Editor-in-Chief of the Springer Nature Reference Work Artificial Intelligence in Medicine – the new standard reference, for artificial intelligence in medicine, which has now become the largest and most comprehensive in the scientific community.