IEEE-XR-Ethics-Medicine

The Extended Reality (XR) Ethics in Medicine is the next paper in the series of the IEEE Global Initiative on the Ethics of Extended Reality. This paper explores the applications of medical XR, trends of telemedicine, AI assistant bots, and some proposed next steps in generating an XR Ethical Framework.

The paper was co-authored by Jason Evans, Palak Patel, and Georgia Livieri. Evans and Patel are two of the three co-founders of Nurenyx.ai, which is a decentralized clinical trial software that leverages extended reality. Livieri is an ethicist, Ethics manager, Ethics Advisor, and getting her Ph.D. on bioethics in the digital era. Tune in to hear more about some of the latest explorations of ethics within the context of medicine.

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Here’s a slide from one of Walter Greenleaf’s presentations that shows the depth and breadth of the field of Medical XR.
greenleaf-mapping-of-medical-xr

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