One of our most recent international members is the Assuring Autonomy International Programme (AAIP) from the University of York in the UK. AAIP is advancing the safety of robotics and autonomous systems (RAS) across the globe and is joining the Safety, Quality and Ethics Working Group.
“Collaboration with AAAiP will enable us to leverage the state-of-the-art methods in safety-critical software systems. In the longer term, we look forward to contributing to the overall evidence base for assuring and regulating AI across domains via the healthcare demonstrators that AAAiH is researching,” said Professor Enrico Coiera, AAAiH Lead. “
Find out more about the work of AAIP.
AAAiH has an international membership with national goals. Established in late 2017, AAAiH has over 90 national and international stakeholder organisations who’ve come together to build a singular national research and translational community that has the capacity to translate AI advances into a sustainable AI-enabled healthcare system in Australia. The Alliance has attracted global and local partners capable of developing leading edge research, technologies and resources alongside the industry leaders delivering them and the health services implementing them.
Our members cover academia, government, consumer, clinical, and industry organisations along with health provider partners covering both primary and tertiary care.
If you know of other international or national partners you think should be part of the Alliance please contact us.
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