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AI Health Virtual Seminar: Time for AI to do some good DEEDS (Duke Ethical and Equitable Data Science) in Health

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event sponsored by

AI Health &

+DataScience (+DS), Biostatistics and Bioinformatics, Center for Computational Thinking, Computer Science, Duke Clinical Research Institute (DCRI), Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), and Office of Information Technology (OIT)


speaker

Michael J. Pencina, PhD; Vice Dean for Data Science, Professor of Biostatistics & Bioinformatics, Director of Duke AI Health, Duke University School of Medicine

Time for AI to do some good DEEDS (Duke Ethical and Equitable Data Science) in Health Thursday, September 22, 2022 | 12:00-1:00 PM (Eastern time) Virtual seminar via Zoom, open to anyone in the world Presented by: Michael J. Pencina, PhD; Vice Dean for Data Science, Professor of Biostatistics & Bioinformatics, Director of Duke AI Health, Duke University School of Medicine Description: Duke AI Health is committed to ethical and equitable data science in the service of developing, evaluating, and implementing artificial intelligence (AI) for health at Duke and beyond. In this virtual seminar, Dr. Pencina will discuss the mission of Duke AI Health and the larger landscape of AI in health, focused on enhancing the value that new technology can bring to improving health for all. We will discuss the need to balance the focus between development and evaluation of new tools, the need to identify and reduce bias and the role of education in improving transparency and improving outcomes. Please join us for this lunchtime virtual seminar. These topics will have particular relevance for students considering careers in quantitative sciences, including statistics, engineering, and machine learning, as well as to clinicians and medical trainees who wish to understand more about the landscape of AI in health.