Artificial Intelligence for Health Equity (AIHE)

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Johns Hopkins Responsible AI for Health Symposium (RAIHS): By invitation only, August 29, 2024. More details to come.

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Artificial Intelligence for Health Equity (AIHE): The Quest for Responsible AI in Medicine

Artificial Intelligence for Health Equity (AIHE) is a multi-disciplinary, collaborative effort across multiple Johns Hopkins institutional assets. Faculty leading the effort are affiliated with the Center for Digital Health and Artificial Intelligence (CDHAI) at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, the Bloomberg School of Public Health, the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, and the Whiting School of Engineering. AIHE aims to address the promises, challenges, and ethical dilemmas of Al in health care, and to serve as springboard for research, outreach, and policy efforts.  AIHE's activities include the Quarterly Breakfast Series and an Annual Symposium. Topics cover critical areas such as Al governance, health equity assurance, the foundational infrastructure required for equitable Al solutions, and implementation science for AI Health Equity.

One of the most exciting technologies of the 21st century, artificial intelligence (AI) is already shaping the future. What effects will it have on our complex and inequitable health care system? 

Join Johns Hopkins University for an invitation-only breakfast series.
Series' Discussion Topics: 
The Promises and Perils of AI in Medicine 
Who Regulates? The Role of Stakeholders in Ensuring Health Equity in AI Solutions 
Building the Infrastructure for AI Health Equity
Implementation Science for AI Health Equity
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Featuring moderated discussions engaging stakeholders from a variety of organizations

  • Federal agencies
  • State agencies
  • Local agencies
  • Private-sector organizations
  • Academic researchers
  • Professional associations
  • Not-for-profit representatives
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Nexus Awards

AIHE is supported in part by the Johns Hopkins Nexus Award. The Nexus Awards, a university-wide initiative launched in 2023, support convening, research, and teaching anchored at Johns Hopkins in D.C. at 555 Pennsylvania Ave. NW. These esteemed awards recognize projects and programs that encapsulate the vast range of faculty expertise, from artificial intelligence and health policy to the arts, humanities, global health, and gender equity.

About the Nexus Awards