The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Work, Health, and Social Well-Being

Perspectives from the U.S. and Japan

Human and Robot agreement, graphic by zenzen/AdobeStock

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Date:

October 10, 2019

Time:

1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Location:

RAND Corporation
4570 Fifth Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA

Complimentary parking at RAND.

About the Program

On October 10, RAND will host a conference to discuss U.S. and Japanese perspectives on artificial intelligence. What impacts could it have on work, health, and social well-being in both countries? David Danks, Department Head & L.L. Thurstone Professor of Philosophy and Psychology at Carnegie Mellon University will present a keynote address on designing artificial intelligence for social effect through policy. His insights will be supplemented by presentations from experts on key issues related to artificial intelligence.

Keynote Speaker

David Danks

David Danks

Department Head & L.L. Thurstone Professor of Philosophy and Psychology
Carnegie Mellon University
Designing Artificial Intelligence for Social Effect Through Policy

Presenters

Osonde Osoba

Information Scientist
RAND Corporation
How AI is Reshaping the Way Americans Work

Ritika Chaturvedi

Ritika Chaturvedi

Engineer
RAND Corporation
The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Health and Well-Being

SUGA Chizuru of the World Economic Forum, Tokyo, photo courtesy of Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution Japan

Chizuru Suga

Head
World Economic Forum Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution Japan
A Japanese View on the Impact of AI on Work, Health and Society

Moderator

Scott Harold

Scott Harold

Senior Political Scientist and Associate Director, Center for Asia Pacific Policy
RAND Corporation

Register for this Event

Register online to attend. With questions, contact Roshon_Bryan@rand.org.