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Date: Tuesday, December 7, 2021 | 03:00 pm - 04:00 pm EST

Location:  Virtual via Zoom
United States


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We increasingly trust artificial intelligence to make decisions ranging from mundane to life-altering, yet these decisions are often opaque or suffer from biases that are difficult to identify. What is the current state of the technology? How is it being applied in critical spaces like health care, national security, and your personal life? And what are researchers and implementers doing to address the negative potential? Join us for a trio of conversations where we pair faculty and alumni experts to discuss these questions and more.

Moderator

  • Nita Farahany A.M.’04, J.D.’04, Ph.D.’06, Professor of Law and Professor of Philosophy, Duke Law, and Director, Duke Initiative for Science and Society 

Speakers

  • Jeffrey Krolik, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Pratt School of Engineering
  • Jonathan Odom B.S.E.’09, M.S.’11, Ph.D.’13, Research Engineer, Georgia Tech Research Institute
  • Jolynn Dellinger A.M.’93, J.D.’93, Senior Lecturing Fellow, Duke Law
  • Allison Chaney, Assistant Professor, Fuqua School of Business
  • Michael Pencina, Professor of Biostatistics and Bioinformatics, Vice Dean for Data Science and Information Technology, School of Medicine
  • Michael Cary, Associate Professor, School of Nursing

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