I’ve started working on what will eventually become a curated library of resources that I’m using for my research on the impact of artificial intelligence and machine learning on clinical practice. At the moment it’s just a public repository of the articles, podcasts, blog posts that I’ve read or listened to and then saved in Zotero. You can subscribe to the feed so that when new items are added you’ll get a notification in whatever feedreader you use. Click on the image below to see the library.
For now, it’s a public – but closed – group that has a library, meaning that anyone can see the list of library items but no-one can join the group, which means no-one else can add, edit or delete resources (for now). This is just because I’m still figuring out how it works and don’t want the additional admin of actually managing anything. I may open this up in future if it looks like anyone else is interested in joining and contributing. I’m also not sharing any of the original articles and books but will look into the implications of sharing these publicly, considering that most of them – being academic articles – are subject to copyright restrictions from the publishers.
The library/repository isn’t meant to be exhaustive but rather a small selection of articles and other resources that I think might be useful for clinicians, educators, students and researchers with an interest in AI in healthcare. At the moment it’s just a dump of some of the resources I’ve used and include notes and links associated with the resources. I’m going to revisit the items in the list and try to add more useful summaries and descriptions of everything with the idea that this could be something like a curated, annotated reading/watching/listening list for anyone with an interest in the topic.