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Victor Parchment

Student Fellow


Victor is currently a PhD Candidate at the University of Cambridge in the Department of History and Philosophy of Science, where he researches the use of artificial and augmented intelligence in medicine.
Victor believes that AI could greatly improve the efficiency and efficacy of patient care, but more work must be done investigating the ways in which it complements clinician workflows, specifically the human factors psychology underlying its design, development, and daily use. Outside of his research, Victor is involved in a number of software and engineering projects, such as the development of adaptive interfaces for clinical decision support systems, and portable hardware solutions to support mobile ad hoc networks for use in disaster relief.
Victor holds an MPhil in Philosophy of Science from the University of Cambridge, a MA in Philosophy from the University of Toronto, and a BA in Philosophy from Western University.

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