Artificial intelligence for Social good

Artificial Intelligence for Social Good Speakers

There has been a dramatically increasing interest in Artificial Intelligence (AI) in recent years. AI has been successfully applied to societal challenge problems and it has a great potential to provide tremendous social good in the future. In this workshop, we discussed the successful deployments and the potential use of AI in various topics that are essential for social good, including but not limited to urban computing, health, environmental sustainability, and public welfare. The videos below were recorded at the workshop and are divided by topic area and panel group.

Welcome

Greg Hager
Johns Hopkins University and CCC Chair

Ed Felten
White House Office of Science and Technology Policy

David Parkes
Harvard University

Urban Computing

Short Talks and Panel Discussion – Urban Computing
Moderated by Amy Greenwald, Brown University

Environmental Sustainability

Short Talks and Panel – Environmental Sustainability
Moderated by Greg Hager, Johns Hopkins University

Health

Short Talks and Panel – Health
Moderated by David Parkes, Harvard University

Public Welfare

Short Talks and Panel – Public Welfare
Moderated by Greg Hager, Johns Hopkins University

Keynotes

Keynote – Artificial Intelligence in Support of People and Society
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Eric Horvitz, Microsoft Research

Lynn Overmann, The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy