ARC COE IN ADM+S HEALTH FOCUS AREA WORKSHOP 1(10th AUGUST)

ARC COE IN ADM+S HEALTH FOCUS AREA WORKSHOP 1(10th AUGUST)

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INNOVATIVE METHODS FOR RESEARCHING UNDERSTANDINGS AND EXPERIENCES OF ADM/AI IN HEALTH AND MEDICINE Workshop 1: 9.30am-12.20pm, 10th August

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INNOVATIVE METHODS FOR RESEARCHING UNDERSTANDINGS AND EXPERIENCES OF ADM/AI IN HEALTH AND MEDICINE

Convened by Deborah Lupton, UNSW Sydney, leader of the Health Focus Area

• Workshop 1: 9.30am-12.20pm, 10 August 2021

Free registration to attend online is open to any interested people - The workshops will be delivered online via Microsoft TEAMS.

Overview

How do you research people’s understandings and experiences related to novel technologies such as AI and automated decision-making tools that are fuzzily defined even in expert discourses and remain mysterious to a lot of lay people?

This workshop is designed as an information exchange and training event, with invited presenters speaking about their current research methods. It will bring together ARC CoE in ADM+S investigators and partners as well as other interested people or agencies interested in how to go about researching the ways in which ADM, AI and related technologies are part of ‘actually existing’ digital health initiatives or proposed for future use. This includes not only in healthcare settings but across the wide array of domains in which digital technologies are used for health or medical purposes, including the home, schools, workplaces, aged care and leisure and sporting facilities.

Contact: Deborah Lupton, d.lupton@unsw.edu.au

Program – Workshop 1

9.30-9.35. Deborah Lupton: Welcome.

9.35-9.55: Jackie Leach Scully, Disability Innovation Institute and ARC CoE in ADM + S, UNSW Sydney: ‘Digging ethically deeper: using dialogue groups to explore moral understandings’.

9.55-10.15: Deborah Lupton and Ash Watson, Vitalities Lab and ARC CoE in ADM + S, UNSW Sydney: ‘Creative writing prompts and online workshops for eliciting the more-than-representational dimensions of people’s digital experiences’.

10.15-10.35: Clare Southerton, Vitalities Lab, UNSW Sydney: ‘Feeling like an algorithm: a creative method for engaging with algorithmically sorted health information on social media’.

10.35-10.55: Ash Watson and Vaughan Wozniak-O’Connor, ARC CoE in ADM + S, UNSW Sydney: ‘Using cultural probes to explore the spaces, relationships and metaphors that matter in emerging “healthtech”’.

10.55-11.20: Break

11.20-11.40: Yves Saint James Aquino, Australian Centre for Health Engagement, Evidence and Values, University of Wollongong: ‘Translating normative theory into empirical research practices: researching (near) futures for healthcare artificial intelligence’.

11.40-12.00: Annette Braunack-Mayer, Australian Centre for Health Engagement, Evidence and Values, University of Wollongong: ‘Should government health data be shared with industry for research and development? Engaging publics using citizens juries’.

12.00: 12.20: Stacy Carter, Australian Centre for Health Engagement, Evidence and Values: ‘The challenge of speculative particularity: engaging women on the ethical and social implications of using AI in breast screening’.

12.20: Workshop finishes