Thu, Apr 01 | Zoom link provided after registration

AI & The Future of Health

Across the life sciences, AI algorithms are being developed and deployed to speed our path to better health. This special Radcliffe science event will focus on how AI can accelerate research and development in general and drug discovery in particular.
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AI & The Future of Health

Time & Location

Apr 01, 1:00 PM – 2:15 PM EDT
Zoom link provided after registration

About The Event

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Full program description:

AI and the Future of Health

Artificial Intelligence (AI) can enhance scientists’ ability to make discoveries. Across the life sciences, AI algorithms are being developed and deployed to speed our path to better health. This special Radcliffe science event will focus on how AI can accelerate research and development in general and drug discovery in particular. The health AI experts Regina Barzilay and Casandra Mangroo will each speak about their innovative work and then join Radcliffe’s Alyssa Goodman in a conversation on AI’s promise—and potential pitfalls—as we look toward the future of human health.

Radcliffe gratefully acknowledges the Melanie Mason and David W. Niemiec Fund for Science, which is supporting this event.

Speakers

Regina Barzilay, School of Engineering Distinguished Professor for AI and Health and AI faculty lead of the Jameel Clinic, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Talk title: “AI Algorithms for Drug Discovery”

Casandra Mangroo, vice president of science, BenchSci Talk title: “Accelerating Preclinical R&D with Artificial Intelligence”

Moderated by Alyssa A. Goodman, faculty codirector of the science program, Harvard Radcliffe Institute, and Robert Wheeler Willson Professor of Applied Astronomy, Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences

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