我们建立了护理与人工智能领导力（NAIL）合作组织，成员包括AI开发，生物医学伦理学，初级保健中AI的AI跨学科专家，AI法律方面，健康，护理实践，实施科学的AI哲学，健康信息学实践的领导者以及国际卫生信息学团体，患者代表和公众代表以及ITU / WHO人工智能促进健康焦点小组主席。NAIL合作组织于2019年秋季在为期3天的邀请智囊团上召开。活动包括基线调查，专家演讲和工作会议，以确定优先行动领域、解决这些问题的机会和建议。在本文中，我们总结了上述活动的关键讨论要点和注意事项。
To develop a consensus paper on the central points of an international invitational think-tank on nursing and artificial intelligence (AI).
We established the Nursing and Artificial Intelligence Leadership (NAIL) Collaborative, comprising interdisciplinary experts in AI development, biomedical ethics, AI in primary care, AI legal aspects, philosophy of AI in health, nursing practice, implementation science, leaders in health informatics practice and international health informatics groups, a representative of patients and the public, and the Chair of the ITU/WHO Focus Group on Artificial Intelligence for Health. The NAIL Collaborative convened at a 3-day invitational think tank in autumn 2019. Activities included a pre-event survey, expert presentations and working sessions to identify priority areas for action, opportunities and recommendations to address these. In this paper, we summarize the key discussion points and notes from the aforementioned activities.
Implications for nursing
Nursing's limited current engagement with discourses on AI and health posts a risk that the profession is not part of the conversations that have potentially significant impacts on nursing practice.
There are numerous gaps and a timely need for the nursing profession to be among the leaders and drivers of conversations around AI in health systems.
We outline crucial gaps where focused effort is required for nursing to take a leadership role in shaping AI use in health systems. Three priorities were identified that need to be addressed in the near future: (a) Nurses must understand the relationship between the data they collect and AI technologies they use; (b) Nurses need to be meaningfully involved in all stages of AI: from development to implementation; and (c) There is a substantial untapped and an unexplored potential for nursing to contribute to the development of AI technologies for global health and humanitarian efforts.