Do No Harm: Balancing Innovation and Regulation in Health Care AI
A Conversation with I. Glenn Cohen, JD, Maia Hightower, MD, MPH, MBA, Nigam Shah, MBBS, PhD, moderated by Ravi B. Parikh, MD, MPP
As artificial intelligence evolves, so do technologies that have been developed to detect patterns and diagnose patients more effectively than a human. AI has the potential to save lives and transform the practice of medicine, but it could also disrupt care in harmful and inequitable ways. The Biden Administration, regulators, and health systems are grappling with questions about how to improve patient care, protect patient privacy, and reduce racial bias all while avoiding unintentional errors. Join Penn LDI to explore when and how to best invest in and deploy AI to improve America’s health.
Supported by the Human-Algorithm Collaboration Lab