Lyra Nightingale, Genomics England & Jessica Morley, Oxford DataLab
“How do we better use big health data, both for the population’s health and for the health of individuals? There are an enormous number of ethical implications, and we must do our best to consider them.”
Lyra Nightingale, Ethics Lead for the Genomics England Diverse Data Programme talks to Jessica Morley, Policy Lead at Oxford DataLab, former Tech Advisor at the Department of Health and Social Care and specialist in ethics and AI.
Lyra and Jessica discusses the gap between theory and practice in AI ethics, legislation and regulation in biotech and ethical mistakes versus ethical successes. Jessica also discusses her background and her work with Oxford DataLab.
Lyra Nightingale is Ethics Lead for the Diverse Data Programme at Genomics England. Before joining Genomics England, she was working as a lawyer representing vulnerable people in cases concerning their health and welfare.
Jessica Morley is Policy Lead at Oxford DataLab, and former Tech Advisor at the Department of Health and Social Care and specialist in ethics and AI.