Pittsburgh Tech Council’s AI Panel Features RAPS

Karen Wolk Feinstein participates on the "Future Reality of AI" panel.

Each year, the Pittsburgh Technology Council hosts the TEQ Magazine State of the Industry Report Reveal party, highlighting what's in the forefront of the region's innovation sector. Not surprisingly, the panel at this year's event on September 28 focused on the future of AI and how Pittsburgh is positioned to lead in some of the biggest verticals, most notably health care. Karen Wolk Feinstein joined the event's keynote panel to discuss the Regional Autonomous Patient Safety (RAPS) initiative and the many contributing factors indicating Pittsburgh is already in motion to lead development of desperately needed AI-infused solutions to help predict and prevent harm from taking place in healthcare settings.

The Future Reality of AI Panel Discussion also featured Sean Ways of eHealth Technologies; Kevin L. Miller of LegalSifter and Pam Kamath of Adaptive.AI. Larry Gioia of PwC moderated the discussion that unpacked the current opportunities and challenges facing AI's use, and how AI will shape business and create new opportunities.

Read the RAPS feature published by the Pittsburgh Technology Council here.

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