Systemic AI Conversations: The Human lens in a changing world

Chair & Panelist: Deisy Amorin-Woods

Date and Time: Monday 18 December 2022, (AWST)

Duration 1.5 hours

Venue: Online via Zoom

Cost: AAFT Members FREE/Non-AAFT Members $25

In this webinar, Deisy Amorin-Woods (W.A AAFT State Branch Rep) will be leading a conversation with a panel of national and international speakers comprised of systemic therapists and health and human services providers who will be discussing the impact of artificial intelligence on human systems.

The webinar will include discussion on some of the points below:

· What is AI: Difference between AGI, AI and ML, and LLM?

· Moral and ethical implications

· Respect, privacy and consent considerations

· Will AI lead to further discrimination within health care?

· Implications on human- to- human interactions

· Taking out the human element of health care

· Relationships in an AI led paradigm

· Considerations for therapists

· Considerations for human service providers and health practitioners

· How to preserve the ‘humanity’ and the ‘human-interface’ in a machine- based world

About Deisy Amorin-Woods:

Deisy is a psychotherapist and family therapist, with over 20 years-experience, (working within government, non-gov and private sectors), and in diverse fields including mental health, justice, drug and alcohol, grief and bereavement, women’s issues, sexual and reproductive health and with migrants, refugees and asylum seekers, as a clinician and manager of allied health teams and as a senior clinical supervisor.

Deisy has worked as an academic across 4 universities in the Masters of Counselling at Murdoch University and Social Work programs at UWA, Curtin and Edith Cowan University.

Deisy has presented at national and international Conferences and is a published author, with single authored-papers and collaborated works across disciplines and contexts. Her latest research contributions include working with cultural diversity in academia and clinical practice, exploring knowledge base of clinicians about IPV and FDV. Recently she was also invited as a member of an (inter-disciplinary, inter-institutional) steering committee leading a Clinical Practice Guideline for Best Practice Management of Paediatric Patients, the final paper which was published in October this year. She was an invited Guest Editor for the Covid-19 ANZJFT Special Issue & she is Associate Editor of the Australian & New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, Dialogues and interviews section.