This event is part of the AI in Healthcare event series.
DCI Network presents our latest webinar "AI in Healthcare: Bioethics and Religion: The Challenges For Bioethics and Religion with the Growth of Artificial Intelligence".
The introduction of Artificial Intelligence (AI) has enhanced efficiency, accelerated scientific breakthroughs, and improved the quality of human life. From assisting in medical diagnoses to optimizing energy consumption, AI-powered technologies have made remarkable strides. Yet, the responsible and ethical deployment of AI has become a topic of debate, with concerns about job displacement, transparency, and ethical implications.
Amidst these discussions, we must ask ourselves: What does this mean for humanity? Can we harness the potential of AI while preserving our values and not becoming overshadowed by it? As leaders, how can we inspire a healthy and purposeful engagement with this transformative technology?
Join us for an insightful discussion with Rabbi Daniel Cohen and Reverend Gregory Doll to explore the bioethics surrounding the use of AI in medicine as well as the religious issues that AI will raise as AI grows. The Rabbi and Reverend will address topics such as maintaining humanity and humility in the face of AI, the development of external and intuitive guardrails for self reflection on the merits of innovation for the betterment of humanity, the nature of training AI with a ethical foundation, a transcendent ethic beyond particular cultures, and the opportunity AI affords for a reawakening of our own humanity.
This webinar is part of a 4-part DCI Network Webinar Series exploring AI in Healthcare. Please join us for our next webinars:
- AI in Healthcare: The Patient Perspective (August 30, 2023 12-1 pm EDT)
- AI in Healthcare: Risk Management, Trust and Liability (September 6, 2023 12-1:30 pm EDT)
- AI in Healthcare: Real World Data Generation and the Regulatory Perspective (September 13, 2023 12-1pm EDT)
Rabbi Daniel Cohen
Popular motivator, mentor, and inspirational speaker, Rabbi Daniel Cohen’s unique blend of authenticity, humor, wisdom, and insight helps anyone better navigate contemporary society and lead a life of legacy. Engaging in hundreds of end of life conversations and delivering thousands of eulogies provide him with a unique perspective on the essence of a meaningful life.
Rabbi Cohen is author of What Will They Say About You When You Are Gone? Creating a Life of Legacy, and The Secret of the Light and speaks nationally on leading a life of legacy. He also launched The Legacy Academy, an interactive course with Rabbi Cohen, based on his book, to inspire people to live life at the highest frequency. He is currently working on another book with former NBA All Star and Olympic Gold medalist Allan Houston on the role of faith in leading a purposeful life. He is co-host with Reverend Greg Doll of the nationally syndicated Radio Show, The Rabbi and the Reverend and writes for CEO World Magazine. Rabbi Cohen has served in the rabbinate for over thirty years and currently serves as senior Rabbi at Congregation Agudath Sholom in Stamford, CT, the largest modern orthodox synagogue in New England.
He enjoys doing magic shows, playing sports, writing, searching for God, and living life with joy and ever-present smile! Rabbi Cohen and Diane are the grateful parents of six daughters and six grandchildren. For more information and the latest media appearances, speaking topics, videos and more visit www.rabbidanielcohen.com
Reverend Greg Doll
Greg Doll is the Senior Pastor at the Noroton Presbyterian Church in Darien CT. He also serves as the Chaplain for the New York City Football Club and the Chaplain for his local fire department. Greg has been a regular chapel speaker for several NFL teams as well as the US Men's National Soccer Team. He is also a special advisor to the Darien High School Varsity Football team, coached 45 youth teams, and served for a decade on the Board of Directors for the Darien Little League. He is also the co-host of the nationally syndicated radio show, The Rabbi & the Reverend. Greg and his wife, Kimberly, have three children, Eliot, Amelia, and Simeon, as well as two faithful dogs, Abraham & Levi. In his spare time Greg likes to read, fly fish, travel, take long unhurried walks, and most importantly, spend time with his family.
Steven E. Labkoff, MD, FACP, FACMI, FAMIA
Global Head, Clinical and Healthcare Informatics, Quantori
Collaborating Scientist, Division of Clinical Informatics, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School