Diversity Equity and Inclusion in Big Data: How to Recognize Bias in Your AI and Machine Learning Applications
Tag(s)Diversity & Inclusion, AI/Informatics, Webinar
RELEASE DATE: 10/20/2021
EXPIRATION DATE: 10/19/2024
HOW TO COMPLETE THIS ACTIVITY
To complete this activity, learners will watch a webinar (live or recorded) and submit a course evaluation. Once all elements are completed, a certificate will be provided in the Completed Courses section of the My Learning tab.
Upon completion of this activity, participants will have strategies to recognize and mitigate bias in artificial intelligence and machine learning applications.
Edward Quigley, MD, PhD and Noriko Salamon, MD, PhD
Introduction – Edward Quigley, MD, PhD
Back Pain Management and Utilization in Underserved Populations: A Source for AI to Address Inequity – John Jordan, MD, MPP, FACR
Why It’s Important for Neuroradiologists to Care About Bias in AI – Ona Wu, PhD
There’s *No* Bias in Imaging!” A Literature Review – Melissa Davis, MD, MBA
AI Workflow Tools that Could Address Bias: Non-Image Based AI for Workflow – Ichiro Ikuta, MD, MMSc
Discussion/Q&A – All faculty
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Wu, Ona: Grant/research support: NIH; Consultant: Penumbra, Genentech; Institutional support: Siemens
Ikuta, Ichiro: Biogen-sponsored lunch in 2019.
None of the other faculty or planners have relationships to disclose.