MIT x MGB AI cures conference


Artificial intelligence (AI) has transformed many areas of life in the last decade, yet the impact of these technologies on patient care is still limited. Building on the combined expertise of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Jameel Clinic and Mass General Brigham (MGB) in AI and clinical practice, the ‘MIT-MGB AI cures conference’ showcases ongoing collaborative projects in clinical AI, highlighting cutting-edge research and their impact on patient care. Equally important is the process for collecting the data required to train clinical AI algorithms, with a focus on privacy, diversity and quality. Co-organised by the MIT Jameel Clinic, the epicentre of AI and healthcare at MIT, and MGB, this conference seeks to foster new MIT-MGB collaborations and inform the public about the organisers’ collective efforts to improve patient care.

Speakers from across academic, clinical and legal fields will convene to discuss topic areas such as clinical translation of AI tools, fairness and equity, regulatory issues in clinical AI and new opportunities for MIT-MGB collaborations, among others. Speakers include MIT Jameel Clinic’s AI faculty lead, Regina Barzilay, and principal investigators Dina Katabi and Marzyeh Ghassemi.

Samberg Centre, MIT, Boston, Massachusetts
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Regina Barzilay

Faculty lead for AI, MIT Jameel Clinic

Dina Katabi

Principal investigator, MIT Jameel Clinic; Andrew and Erna Viterbi Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, MIT

Marzyeh Ghassemi

Principal Investigator 2022, Jameel Clinic

Paul Anderson

Senior vice president, research and education, Brigham and Women's Hospital

Cynthia Barnhart

Professor of engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Emery Brown

Professor of medical engineering and computational science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Glenn Cohen

Professor of law, Harvard Law

Ignacio Fuentes Ribas

Executive director, MIT Jameel Clinic



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