Several scandals involving poorly implemented algorithms have raised concerns about the safety and trustworthiness of computable knowledge, especially where there is some level of automation. The concept of open libraries of knowledge objects prompts new questions about clinician and public trust, content curation and regulation. We held a workshop in December 2019 to elicit clinician and patient views about assurance principles to build trust in next‐generation clinical decision support.
|Number of pages
|Learning Health Systems
|Early online date
|20 Dec 2020
|Published - 1 Jan 2021
|Third Annual Public Meeting: Mobilizing Computable Biomedical Knowledge - Virtual
Duration: 30 Jun 2020 → 1 Jul 2020