The research group investigates how artificial intelligence (AI) might potentially reduce the workload (improve efficiency) and increase the quality of care (quality development) in general practice through more advanced and effective data utilization.
The research group aims to uncover existing knowledge within the area, user experiences, technical solutions for handling data as well as legal frameworks for implementing machine-learning technology in general practice. The group also investigates how novel privacy-preserving approaches might ensure local storage of date during the development of algorithms for use in general practice.
The research on AI is conducted in collaboration with among others AI for the People Center.
For further information, please contact Janus Laust Thomsen