22 Feb 2024
by Policy, Practice and Innovation Team

Last month the Digital Care Hub, alongside the Institute for Ethics in AI, the Reuben College at the University of Oxford and Casson Consulting will co-hosted a roundtable to discuss the responsible use of AI.

Together, the cohort explored the current uses of generative AI across social care and evaluated the benefits and challenges of this technology.

The main aim was to create a shared position statement to be shared with stakeholders on what responsible AI looks like in the sector, this has now been published.

Endorsed by the Homecare Association, alongside other organisations across social care sector, the statement is available to read in full here.

One of the main objectives, agreed by all parties, was the urgent need to “develop a shared, co-produced framework to underpin the ‘responsible use of generative AI’ in adult social care following this statement and over the next six months (autumn 2024).”

We will keep members up to date with the progress of this publication.

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