The event was a collaboration between UNSW Medicine & Health and UNSW Science, and was a live panel discussion exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) is transforming health.

The expert panel included Associate Professor Fatemeh Vafaee, Deputy Director of the UNSW Data Science Hub (uDASH); Professor Louisa Jorm, Foundation Director of the Centre for Big Data Research in Health; and Dr Aengus Tran, Co-Founder and CEO of Tegan Taylor, award-winning health and science reporter at the ABC, facilitated the discussion.

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Med Connect x Sci-Fi: AI and the future of health. Image: sourced.

Discussion topics ranged from the diverse applications of AI in healthcare, to the challenges that the industry faces around data privacy and security. There were also several challenging questions from the audience of clinicians, researchers, industry and interested community members.

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Speakers at 'AI and the Future of Health' event, co-hosted by UNSW Medicine and Health, and UNSW Science. Image: sourced.

For those who may have missed it, or would like to listen to the discussion again, the recording is now available for you to download, watch and share with your friends, family and colleagues.

An audio recording of the panel discussion is available below: