Trusting AI: Navigating Ethics, Impacts, and Innovation in Real-World Deployments

The CVP Speaker Series @ GW presents a moderated discussion about the ethical frameworks that drive the development of AI projects, ideas, and priorities.

CVP partnered with The George Washington University (GW) to create an ongoing speaker series focused on change, innovation, technology, and entrepreneurship. This year’s speaker series spotlights a GW Engineering initiative, the Co-Design of Trustworthy AI Systems (DTAIS).

As AI is increasingly deployed in real-world settings with impacts on people’s lives, it is essential to understand how we can trust AI systems as individuals, organizations, and societies. This panel brings together AI leaders from academia, industry, and government to share perspectives and case studies on the potential and challenges of real-world AI deployments.  A moderated discussion will dive into the ethical frameworks that drive the development of their projects, ideas and priorities for the future of AI, as well as considerations for training the next generation of AI researchers and users.


  • Susan K. Gregurick, Ph.D., Associate Director for Data Science | Director of the Office of Data Science Strategy (ODSS) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  • Robert Pless, Ph.D., Professor of Computer Science | Co-PI and Co-Director of DTAIS
  • Ben Harvey, D.SC.,  CEO of AI Squared | Research Professor in the Department of Computer Science and the Department of Engineering Management and Systems Engineering

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