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June 28, 2021
2021-5715

Tuesday, 27 July 2021 | How health organizations can build and safeguard trust in AI (12 pm EDT)

In this webcast, EY panelists will discuss the key questions your health care organization needs to address to create sustainable value from your artificial intelligence (AI) platform.

Health care providers and payers have relied on AI technology to better serve the health ecosystem. As more organizations and their stakeholders depend on AI, it is imperative to understand how to build, regulate, protect and ethically use the technology.

We convened an experienced panel of professionals to speak on this topic, including:

  • Leading AI governance practices in building trusted AI — helping your organization to increase the opportunities of AI while avoiding unintended consequences
  • The necessary skills to guide management in making the right decisions about AI, trust, ethics and risks
  • How to construct a robust governance framework to effectively scale your organization’s use of AI
  • How to confirm that your AI operations team factors in EY Trust by Design methodology from the earliest stages of development

Date: Tuesday, 27 July 2021

Time: 12:00-1:00 EDT New York; 9:00-10:00 PDT Los Angeles; 18:00-19:00 CEST

Registration: Register for this event.

Panelists

  • Mallory Caldwell, US Health Leader
  • Gail Babes, US Health Data & Analytics Leader
  • Cathy Cobey, Global Trusted AI Leader
  • Ralph Alewine, US Health Payer Technology Leader 

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