Johns Hopkins Congressional Briefing Series – Artificial Intelligence: Opportunities and Challenges
The Johns Hopkins Congressional Briefing Series allows policymakers, their staff, and members of the public to gain up-to-the-minute insights and analysis from Johns Hopkins experts. Every other month, faculty experts provide a timely briefing on a policy topic with opportunity for real-time Q&A.
Artificial Intelligence: Opportunities and Challenges
Thursday, July 28 | 12:30-1:30 p.m. EDT
The briefing will cover topics such as:
- AI in autonomous technologies
- How AI can help in the design and discovery of new materials
- Ethical considerations related to AI
- The use of AI within health care
Registrants can submit questions in advance or during the briefing. Please register here.
The following Johns Hopkins experts are scheduled to speak:
- Elana J. Fertig, Associate Professor of Oncology, Biomedical Engineering, and Applied Mathematics and Statistics, Division Director and Associate Cancer Center Director of Quantitative Sciences, and Co-Director, Convergence Institute
- Lori Graham-Brady, Professor of Civil and Systems Engineering and Associate Director of the Hopkins Extreme Materials Institute (HEMI)
- Cara E. LaPointe, Co-Director of the Johns Hopkins Institute for Assured Autonomy
- Debra Mathews, Associate Professor, Genetic Medicine, and Assistant Director for Science Programs, Berman Institute of Bioethics
- Moderator: K.T. Ramesh, Alonzo G. Decker Jr. Professor of Science and Engineering and Senior Advisor for AI to the Johns Hopkins President