Advances in precision medicine and digital health generate new dynamic ethical challenges for society. Bioethics and data protection, such as those challenging the world in connection with the use of smartphone data to track the spread of the virus.
Recent progress in the field of AI and Big Data have raised concerns regarding their ethical capacity to work in society’s interests. Recent medical advancements have led to the development of new laws and regulations governing the use of these technologies with the aim of protecting rights and freedoms with the need to be adaptive to accommodate the potential for abuse.
How to respond to ethical concerns that may occur over the course of a trial or benefit assessment. At the Davos Digital Forum, we will have a closer look on how biomedical innovation and health care delivery are affected by various ethical norms, laws, and regulations.