Artificial intelligence is the incredible force behind self-driving cars, facial recognition systems and algorithms that can influence decisions in industries from healthcare to social media. But how are industries building partnerships to respond to the ethical issues that arise from the use of these technologies?
Experts in artificial intelligence, and leaders in tech, health care, social entrepreneurship and academia, will discuss the impact of artificial intelligence on technology and society during a symposium called "Artificial Intelligence and Ethics: Challenges, Opportunities and Partnerships.” This event will feature a host of speakers and panelists, with sessions focused on industry and public sector partnerships, health care as a model for advancing social good; patient data, security and data governance; emerging trends; innovation and community impact; and decision making.
"Welcome and Introductions"
Thomas Poon, Ph.D, Provost, LMU
Jeff Thies, D.Min., Director IBES
"Partnership on AI - Opportunities, Challenges and Social Responsibility"
Steven Adler, Chief of Staff, Partnership of AI
"Healthcare as a Model for Advancing Social Good"
Paul Viviano, President and CEO, Children's Hospital of Los Angeles
Carol Bayley, Ph.D., Ethics Consultant
"Patient Data, Security and Data Governance"
Bill Russell, CEO, HealthLyrics
Darren Dworkin, CIO, Cedars Sinai
Angelique Russell, Data Scientist, Precision Health AI
"Symposium Themes and Emerging Trends - A Reflection"
Danny Q. Le '91, MBA '94, Partner, Advisory Services, KPMG
"Innovation: Responding to Social Need"
Gemma Busoni, CEO and Co-Founder, DiscovrLabs
Matt Pell, CEO and Co-Founder, The Burg
Devra Schwartz, VP of Operations, LA Homeland Security Advisory
Todd Terrazas, President, AI LA Community
"AI, Decision-Making and Moral De-Skilling"
Brian Patrick Green, Ph.D., Director of Technology Ethics, Markkula Center for Applied Ethics, Santa Clara University
Dayle M. Smith, Ph.D., Dean, College of Business Administration, Loyola Marymount University
Ph.D., Provost, LMU
Jeff Thies, D.Min., Director, Institute for Business Ethics and Sustainability, LMU
Chief of Staff, Partnership of AI (PAI)
President and CEO, Children's Hospital of Los Angeles
Ph.D., Ethics Consultant
CIO, Cedars Sinai
Data Scientist, Precision Health AI
Danny Q. Le
'91, MBA '94, Partner, Advisory Services, KPMG
MBA '10, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship, LMU
CEO and Co-founder, Discovr Labs
CEO and Co-founder, The Burg
Vice President of Operations, Los Angeles Homeland Security Advisory
President, AI LA Community
Brian Patrick Green
Ph.D., Director of Technology Ethics, Markkula Center for Applied Ethics, Santa Clara University
Dayle M. Smith
Ph.D., Dean, College of Business Administration, LMU