Artificial Intelligence in Ophthalmology — Ethics in Clinical Research and Patient Care

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Artificial Intelligence in Ophthalmology - Ethics in Clinical Research and Patient Care

On-demand webinar
Listen to a panel of experts discuss the ethical issues surrounding the use of autonomous AI in research and clinical care and the role of AI in the development of drugs and therapeutics.

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  • Visit https://learning.arvo.org
  • Log in with your ARVO username and password
  • Click the link to the session in the “Featured” box
  • Click the Launch button to open the video

Send questions to education@arvo.org.

Speakers

image of Dr. June LeeAutonomous ophthalmic therapeutics 
Presented by June Lee, MD, PhD
Chair, NIH Artificial Intelligence Interest Group
Chair, NIH AI Working Group for Autonomous Therapeutics  
Clinical Pharmacologist/ Program Director, NICHD, Bethesda, Md. 

Michael Abramoff pictureAutonomous AI: From ethical rules to real-world use
Presented by Michael David Abramoff, MD, PhD
CEO and Founder, IDx Technologies Inc.
Professor in Retina Research, Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) and Biomedical Engineering (BME)
University of Iowa and VA Medical Center, Iowa City, Iowa

Picture of Jill Hopkins

AI in drug development and patient care
Co-presented by J. Jill Hopkins, MD, FRCS
Global Head - Ophthalmology Personalized Health Care
Roche-Genentech, San Francisco, Calif.

image of Dr. Kelman

AI in drug development and patient care
Co-presented by Ariella Kelman, MD 
Global Head of Bioethics and Senior Group Medical Director
Roche-Genentech, San Francisco, Calif.

Moderators

Susan Vitale, MHS, PhD, FARVO
Research Epidemiologist, Division of Epidemiology and Clinical Applications
National Eye Institute, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Md.
Chair, ARVO's Ethics and Regulations in Human Research Committee

Picture of Daniela FerraraDaniela Ferrara, MD, MSc, PhD
Senior Medical Director at Genentech
Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology
Tufts University School of Medicine. Boston, Mass.