Leveraging A.I. to advance the SOM’s mission and vision in administration, care delivery, discovery and education 

Topic Area Room - Floor Facilitator
Administration Carmel I - 3rd Floor Terri O'Brien
Administration Carmel II - 3rd Floor Ki Lai
Clinical Care Delivery Mendocino I - 2nd Floor Marc Kohli
Clinical Care Delivery Mendocino II - 2nd Floor Jay Debnath
Discovery Nikko III - 3rd Floor Tony Capra
Discovery Nikko III - 3rd Floor Dave Morgan
Education Monterey I - 3rd Floor Christy Boscardin
Education Monterey II - 3rd Floor Chandler Mayfield
Ethics and Bias Nikko III - 3rd Floor Vanessa Ridley
Ethics and Bias Nikko III - 3rd Floor Tung Nguyen
Translational Clinical Research Nikko III - 3rd Floor Ralph Gonzales
Translational Clinical Research Nikko III - 3rd Floor Ida Sim

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In the rapidly evolving space of A.I., much of the large investment will be done by the private sector (such as in development of new models and products).  As we listened to the flashtalk speakers today, we heard about concerns or unintended consequences of utilizing AI and barriers to progress in terms of systems, structures, policies, etc.  

Session Goals 

  • To learn how UCSF should implement AI technology to advance our missions?   

  • To learn how UCSF should advise and adapt AI technology to align with our public mission and commitment to equity?

In each breakout group, we will discuss:

  • The most critical opportunity areas to leverage A.I. 

  • Conditions that must be met for successful implementation of A.I. 

  • Barriers to successful implementation of A.I. 

Conclusions 

  • What systems and structures are necessary to support A.I implementation? 

  • How do we ensure ethical and equitable implementation of A.I.? 

  • What three next steps should the SOM take in the year ahead to make progress?