The healthcare sector is increasingly using technologies that have a dual cyber-physical nature, can learn from experience and act autonomously. Although a cyber-attack to these technologies could have disastrous consequences, cybersecurity in the design, development, and use of AI-driven and robot healthcare technologies often goes unchecked, and so do the professionals working with it. In this article, we highlight the importance of establishing robust cybersecurity measures and professional responsibility in AI-driven healthcare.
|Title of host publication||8th Australasian Institute of Computer Ethics Conference (AiCE 2019) Proceedings|
|Number of pages||5|
|Publication status||Published - 2019|
|Event||8th Conference of the Australasian Institute of Computer Ethics - Deakin Downtown Campus, Melbourne, Australia|
Duration: 19 Aug 2019 → 20 Aug 2019
https://auscomputerethics.com/aice-2019/ (call for papers)
|Conference||8th Conference of the Australasian Institute of Computer Ethics|
|Abbreviated title||Ethics in the Cyber Age|
|Period||19/08/19 → 20/08/19|
Poulsen, A., Fosch-Villaronga, E., & Burmeister, O. (2019). Cybersecurity considerations for a code of conduct for developing and using AI and robot technology in healthcare. In M. Warren (Ed.), 8th Australasian Institute of Computer Ethics Conference (AiCE 2019) Proceedings (pp. 40-44). Deakin University.