Centre for Internet & Society

On July 13, 2019, Radhika Radhakrishnan, participated in a roundtable discussion on "Emerging AI technology in health care in India, health equity and justice: Critical reflections and charting out way forward." The event was organized by HEaL (Health, Ethics, and Law Institute of Training, Research and Advocacy) of FMES (Forum for Medical Ethics Society) in collaboration with CPS (Centre for Policy Studies), Indian Institute of Technology-Bombay.

Radhika chaired a session on the ethics of AI in healthcare in India, and my main submissions included: the medicalization of and experimentation on women's bodies under a medical-industrial complex for the design of AI-based healthcare models, and FAT (Fairness, Accountability, Transparency) concerns with AI. She was also invited to draft some of this content into a paper submission to the Indian Journal of Medical Ethics which is a peer-reviewed and indexed academic journal run by FMES.