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Philosophy of Medicine Reading Group

This reading group is dedicated to new and old problems in philosophy of medicine. All are welcome.

Meetings take place on Tuesdays, 1–2pm, in Seminar Room 1.

Conveners: Tim Lewens, Stephen John, Jacob Stegenga, Anna Alexandrova

Michaelmas Term 2018

Week 1 (9 October)

Schaffner, K. 2000. 'Medical informatics and the concept of disease', Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics 21: 85–100.

Week 2 (16 October)

Chin-ye, B. & Upshur, R. 2018. 'Clinical judgment in the era of big data and predictive analytics', Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice 24: 638–645.

Week 3 (23 October)

Mittelstadt et al. 2018. 'Is there a duty to participate in digital epidemiology?', Life Sciences, Society and Policy 14:9.

Week 4 (30 October)

Anderson, A. & Anderson, L.S. 2007. 'Machine ethics: creating an ethical intelligent agent', AI Magazine 28: 15–26.

Week 5 (6 November)

Coeckelbergh, M. 2015. 'Artificial agents, good care, modernity', Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics 36: 265–277.

Week 6 (13 November)

LaRosa, E. & Danks, D. 2018. 'Impacts on trust of healthcare AI', Proceedings of the 2018 AAAI/ACM Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Ethics, and Society.

Danks, 2016, 'Finding trust and understanding in autonomous technologies', The Conversation, 30 December 2016.

Week 7 (20 November)

To be announced

Week 8 (27 November)

To be announced