Ensuring trust in AI/ML when used in pharmacovigilance – New podcast episode

Technology / 27 June 2024

Ensuring trust in AI is vital to fully reap the benefits of the technology in pharmacovigilance. Yet, how do we do so while grappling with its ever-growing complexity?


According to Michael Glaser, the Safety Innovation Technology Director at GSK, the answer lies in a mindset shift in how we think about validating AI and machine learning, and coming together to discuss how we move forward in the implementation of this technology in healthcare.

This episode is part of the Uppsala Reports Long Reads series – the most topical stories from UMC’s pharmacovigilance news site, brought to you in audio format. Find the original article here. Subscribe by visiting the Drug Safety Matters website.

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