Details
March
14
2024
09
00
AM
to
March
14
2024
11
00
AM
(UTC-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Webcast and in person at the National Academy of Science Building
2101 Constitution Ave., NW
Washington, DC

Engineering the Future: The Role of AI and Biotech

AI will be transformative. It is already widely used in the biotech industry, along with machine learning, as an aid to take the emotions and the biases out of the data process. Yet AI is not without its challenges. As its use increases, so to do questions about the ethics of AI, technology, and science in general.

Join us for an in-person panel discussion on Engineering the Future: The Role of AI and Biotech on March 14, 2024, from 9-11am ET at the NAS building, 2101 Constitution Ave, NW, Washington, DC. Topic experts will voice their insights in two panels: 

Panel 1: Engineering the Future: Revolutionary AI Innovations and Their Impact
As artificial intelligence continues to redefine the boundaries of what is possible, this panel will bring together industry pioneers, researchers, and thought leaders to explore the groundbreaking innovations shaping the future and how engineers can embrace and contribute to the full potential of artificial intelligence.

Panel 2: The Evolution of Biotechnology: Lessons Learned from a Global Pandemic
As we mark the 4th anniversary of the COVID-19 emergency declaration, this panel will look back on the ways the engineering community rallied to solve challenges stemming from the pandemic, lessons learned in the process, and how engineers can be at the forefront of preparing for future pandemics and similar health crises. 

The panel discussion is co-hosted by the National Academy of Engineering and the Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering.

Seating is limited. To attend, please email qeprizeus@edelman.com by Tuesday, March 12.

The event will be livecast from the NAE homepage at www.nae.edu.