Wednesday, December 13, 2023
Rice University - Bioscience Collaborative Research Building
6500 Main St. Houston, TX 77030
The Greater Houston Partnership’s Life Sciences Committee, in collaboration with BioHouston, invites you to attend the Bayou City Bio Pulse to connect with the region’s most innovative life sciences and biotechnology organizations face-to-face. Our next event is taking place Wednesday, December 13 from 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. at Rice University’s Bioscience Collaborative Research Building.
In this month’s edition of the Bio Pulse, we will be partnering with Frost Brown Todd and the Ken Kennedy Institute at Rice University to offer an overview of AI developments and the promises and risks associated. The presenters will also describe best practices for AI Governance—the path to realizing AI’s possibilities while ensuring trust, fairness, safety and security.
Realizing the Promise and Managing the Peril of AI
Speakers: Angela Wilkins, Executive Director, The Ken Kennedy Institute at Rice University, and Barbara Bennett, Partner, Frost Brown Todd
Moderator: Darren Skyles, Partner, Frost Brown Todd
In the same week, there was a U.S. Presidential Executive Order on AI, OMB issued an AI Memorandum, the G-7 published an AI Pact, and 28 countries signed the Bletchley Park Declaration signifying a collaborative effort among nations to establish a framework ensuring that AI technologies are developed and utilized responsibly and safely across the globe.
Please register to take part.