Live Event Thursday, June 23
8 AM San Francisco / 11 AM New York / 4 PM London
How to address bias in #AI for #health care with NeuTigers and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center Jareen K. Meinzen-Derr PhD, MPH, FACE.
AI is everywhere in our lives: it sends the elevator our way, assists our dentist in finding cavities, and turns us into powerful travel agents as we book our next vacation.
In health care, AI systems involve prediction, diagnosis, treatment, administration, and operations. It can improve the lives of doctors and patients with image-based diagnosis in radiology and dermatology to surgery, and from patient monitoring to genome interpretation and drug discovery.
Yet, Artificial Intelligence has infamously made headlines recently as it discriminated against specific populations during hiring processes and misinterpreted medical signals.
Artificial Intelligence is being questioned: are algorithms biased?
To answer these questions and understand how to build better AI models, NeuTigers invited Dr. Jareen Meinzen-Derr to a live interview on June 23. Dr. Meinzen-Derr is Co-Director of the Center for Clinical and Translational Science & Training; Co-Director of Faculty Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center.
We will discuss the causes of AI biases in healthcare, from the so-called “black boxes” AI algorithms to the lack of data to train machine learning algorithms.
Dr. Meinzen-Derr is Co-Director of the Center for Clinical and Translational Science & Training and Co-Director of Faculty Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.