The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the Rockefeller Foundation, the U.S. Agency for International Development’s (USAID’s) Center for Innovation and Impact (CII), and the Aspen Global Innovators Group invite you to join us Monday, April 1st at the Aspen Institute in Washington DC for the launch of a new report and a panel conversation with experts from the public and private sector on the opportunities and challenges of exploring and applying artificial intelligence in global health.
With the findings of the new report, AI in Global Health: Defining a Collective Path Forward, as background and context, the panel will discuss some of the most promising use cases of AI in healthcare, the opportunities and challenges to scaling AI in global health, and how the global health community can best accelerate the development and scale of AI in global health.
Wendy Taylor, Fellow, Rockefeller Foundation (moderator)
Saurabh Johri, Chief Scientist, Babylon Health
Jay Komarneni, Founder and Chair, the Human Diagnosis Project
Mark Peterson, Senior Program Officer, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Sunil Wadhwani, Co-Founder, Wadhwani AI and Founder, WISH Foundation
Adele Waugaman, Senior Digital Health Advisor, USAID’s Center for Innovation and Impact
Introductions and Welcome:
Peggy Clark, Vice President, Policy Programs, The Aspen Institute and Executive Director, The Aspen Global Innovators Group
David Milestone, Acting Director, USAID’s Center for Innovation and Impact
Overview of new AI in Global Health report:
Rachel Fowler, Program Analyst, USAID’s Center for Innovation and Impact