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Agenda - BOLD-AIR Summit

Recordings of the AIMI Symposium and BOLD-AIR Summit can be viewed on the AIMI YouTube Channel.

BOLD-AIR Summit - August 4, 2021 - 7:00am-3:00pm PDT

7:00am PDT

Welcome and Overview


Session 1: Data Sharing & Patient Privacy


Keynote 1: Ethical Framework for Data Sharing

David Larson - Professor and Vice Chair, Education and Clinical Operations, Department of Radiology, Stanford


When, Why and How to Share Data

Scott Reeder - Professor and Vice Chair, Research, University of Wisconsin


Practical Problems with Data Sharing: Experience from the Field

Yvonne Lui - Associate Professor, Department of Radiology, Associate Chair, Artificial Intelligence, NYU Grossman School of Medicine / NYU Langone Health


Emerging Solutions: De-Identification and Federated Learning

Ona Wu - Associate Professor of Radiology, Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital


Panel Discussion

Michael Recht (Moderator) - Louis Marx Professor and Chair, Department of Radiology, NYU Langone Health




Session 2: Ethics of Safety, Reliability, and Patient Protection


Keynote 2: Ethical Obligations for Safety, Reliability, and Patient Protection

Melissa McCradden - Associate Professor, Dalla Lana School of Public Health, Hospital of Sick Children


Ethics of AI Implementation: An Industry Perspective

Alexander Kagen - Chief Medical Officer, Nines


Does AI Amplify Our Blind Spots?

Carolyn Meltzer - Professor/Chair of Radiology and Imaging Sciences, Executive Associate Dean, Faculty Academic Advancement, Leadership and Inclusion, Emory University School of Medicine


An Ethical Case for Transparency in AI

Alex John London - Clara L. West Professor of Ethics and Philosophy, Carnegie Mellon University


Panel Discussion

Judy Gichoya (Moderator) - Assistant Professor, Emory University School of Medicine


Lunch Break


Session 3: Regulation


Keynote 3: Beyond Regulation: Ethical Oversight and Governance of AI

David Magnus - Associate Dean for Research, Director, Center for Biomedical Ethics, Professor of Pediatrics and, by Courtesy, of Bioengineering, Stanford


Ethics Considerations for Regulations of AI-Enabled Devices in Radiology

Berkman Sahiner - Member of the Senior Biomedical Research Service, US Food and Drug Administration


Emerging Differences in US vs EU Regulations

Hugh Harvey - Radiologist, Hardian Health


Balancing Privacy and Responsible AI: Challenges and Solutions

Charlotte Tschider - Assistant Professor, Loyola University Chicago School of Law


Panel Discussion

Andrew Burt (Moderator) - Managing Partner, BNH.AI & Chief Legal Officer, Immuta; Visiting Fellow, Yale Law School Information Society Project




Session 4: What's Next


Eric Topol - Executive Vice-President and Professor, Scripps Research Institute


Tim O'Brien - General Manager of AI Programs, Microsoft


Nina Kottler - Associate CMO, Clinical AI, Radiology Partners


Andrea Borondy Kitts - Patient Advocate, Rescue Lung Society


Panel Discussion

Curt Langlotz (Moderator) - Professor of Radiology & Biomedical Informatics, Director, Center for Artificial Intelligence in Medicine and Imaging, Stanford