PHASE IV AI logoPHASE IV AI – Privacy compliant health data as a service for AI development (Oct 2023 – Sep 2026)

Artificial intelligence (AI) enables data-driven innovations in health care. AI systems, which process vast amounts of data quickly and in detail, show promise both as a tool for preventive health care and clinical decision-making. However, the distributed storage and limited access to health data form a barrier to innovation, as developing trustworthy AI systems requires large datasets for training and validation. Furthermore, the availability of anonymous datasets would increase the adoption of AI-powered tools by supporting health technology assessments and education. Secure, privacy compliant data utilization is key for unlocking the full potential of AI and data analytics.

In this proposal, we will advance the current state-of-the-art data synthesis methods towards a more generalized approach of synthetic data generation. We will also develop metrics for testing and validation, as well as protocols that enable synthetic data generation without access to real-world data through multi-party computation (more).

About Andy Burton

Dr. Andy Burton is a research fellow in the ISRG.
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