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Join us as we discuss The Ethics of Artificial Intelligence in our webinar series hosted by the Office of Research Excellence (ORE) this month. These webinars have always aimed to foster thoughtful discussions and generate critical insights into ways we can further promote discourse on ethical decision-making and practice in the context of public health, including the ethical challenges healthcare and public health professionals face today.  

With AI's rapid advancement in the field of public health, the ethics of artificial intelligence with regard to public health involves making sure that AI's potential benefits in healthcare are achieved in a fair, just, and responsible way. 

Creating an ethical framework will assist in addressing the challenges, reducing risks, and preparing the ground for AI to enhance healthcare systems, leading to better public health worldwide. REGISTRATION


Date: Wednesday, April 17th, 2024, from 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EST
Topic: The Ethics of Artificial Intelligence 


Moderator: Melissa M. Goldstein, J.D.
Associate Professor Department of Health Policy and Management, 
Milken Institute School of Public Health, 
The George Washington University.


PanelistAlex John London, PhD
K&L Gates Professor of Ethics and Computational Technologies,
Co-lead of the K&L Gates Initiative in Ethics and Computational Technologies,
Director of the Center for Ethics and Policy, and Chief Ethicist at the Block Center for Technology and Society,
Carnegie Mellon University


Panelist: Qing Zeng, PhD
Director, Biomedical Informatics Center
Professor, Clinical Research and Leadership
School of Medicine and Health Sciences
George Washington University

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