e-HAIL Event

Health AI Ethics and Policy Symposium (an e-HAIL joint event)

Kelly Owens, Ph.D.Assistant Professor, Department of Population HealthNYU Grossman School of MedicineSharon E. Davis, Ph.D., M.S.Research Assistant Professor, Department of Biomedical InformaticsVanderbilt University Medical CenterYasir Tarabichi, M.D., MSCRMedical Director of the Virtual Care Enterprise; Director of Clinical Informatics for Research Support, The MetroHealth System; Associate Professor of Medicine, Department of MedicineThe MetroHealth System, Case Western Reserve UniversityJennifer L. Gibson, PhD, MA, BA, BScDirector, University of Toronto Joint Centre for Bioethics; Sun Life Financial Chair in BioethicsUniversity of Toronto
Great Lakes Room, Palmer CommonsMap

Featuring prominent speakers from the U.S. and Canada to explore ethical issues and regulations of health AI, this half-day event aims to stimulate new ideas and collaboration for the development and implementation of ethical and trustworthy AI systems for healthcare.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is transforming healthcare in major ways. It has the potential to help clinicians make better diagnoses and offer personalized treatment, while also promising to revolutionize how healthcare is delivered. However, healthcare systems that deploy AI, and patients whose care is impacted by AI face many ethical considerations. How will access to appropriate data be balanced with privacy? Who is responsible for the quality of AI tools? Are AI technologies contributing to or mitigating health inequities? Are the AI systems we are building trustworthy?

e-HAIL is cosponsoring the joint mini-symposium with the Learning Health Sciences Collaboratory, the Michigan Institute for Data Science (MIDAS), and the Trust Innovation Ethics Research for Responsible AI (TIERRA) program.


J. Henrike Florusbosch