Full course description
Location Live Online
Full Schedule Thursday on 7/15/2021 from (1:00 PM to 4:00 PM) EST
Facilitator Dr. Chrissann R. Ruehle, DBA - University of South Florida
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is pervasive and has become part of our daily lives in the workplace and at home. However, there are some misconceptions about this technology, and we will dispel some of these myths. This course helps participants develop an understanding of AI terminology, the history of AI, AI applications in the healthcare industry, and potential ethical considerations for using this technology. We will be discussing critical ethical issues related to transparency, accountability, algorithmic bias, and governance practices for this technology. Moreover, we will review the classic "trolley problem" in the context of healthcare and discuss the critical concept of moral trade-offs.
Learning Objectives As a result of attending this session, you will be able to:
- Explain the key subfields of artificial intelligence and the significant historical milestones of this technology.
- Identify ways that AI is being used in healthcare organizations and its impact on the organization's stakeholders.
- Analyze relevant ethical implications for using this technology.
- Explain the "trolley problem" for AI in healthcare along with potential moral trade-offs.
- Develop best practices for working collaboratively with AI technology in your work and personal lives.