Practice theory, trust and artificial intelligence
Duncan Reynolds has joined the APOLLO team as a postdoctoral researchers studying the development of artificial intelligence (AI) applications for healthcare. In this episode, he talks about the development of his academic interest from politics to medical AI and the ideas that have guided this evolution.
- 00:00:00 Podcast introduction
- 00:00:54 Duncan Reynolds’ research trajectory
- 00:05:35 Idea 1: Nicolini (2012) Practice theory, work, and organization: an introduction
- 00:12:31 Idea 2: Cohn (2015) ‘Trust my doctor, trust my pancreas’
- 00:19:23 Idea 3: Winter (2023) (De)troubling transparency: artificial intelligence (AI) for clinical applications
- 00:24:37 Future plans
Nicolini, D. (2012). Practice theory, work, and organization: An introduction. Oxford University Press, Oxford (UK).
Cohn, S. (2015). ‘Trust my doctor, trust my pancreas’: trust as an emergent quality of social practice. Philosophy, Ethics, and Humanities in Medicine, 10, 1-9.
Winter, P. D., & Carusi, A. (2023). (De) troubling transparency: artificial intelligence (AI) for clinical applications. Medical Humanities, 49(1), 17-26.
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