Contribute to research into the impact of AI on health and wellbeing

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The inimitable Karl Simons (Chief Futurist FYLD, Cabinet Office advisor and former Chief Health, Safety & Security Officer, Thames Water), posted on his LinkedIn feed this week that the National Forum for Health & Wellbeing at Work is currently running a six-month research programme aimed at understanding ‘the Impact of AI on Health & Wellbeing’.

The Forum is chaired by Prof Sir Cary Cooper and members include senior representatives from Government, Academia, Institutions and 35 of the largest employers across Great Britain,

As part of this research, the lead group are calling for organisations to come forward who are presently using or supplying AI products or services and that are seeing outcomes which demonstrate AIs impact on the physical or psychological health and wellbeing of employees/users.

Their intention is to make contact and potentially feature these as a case study in the research report that will be published and shared nationally and internationally this year.

If you are in an organisation or know of one, regardless of industry sector, you feel it’s worth the group speaking with, Karl urges you to get in touch with him on LinkedIn, or with Professor Sir Cary Cooper.

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