A look at the Responsible Innovation Fellowship

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The students are now bringing their learnings back to their schools and communities. April LaGrone, a public health student at Western Michigan University, plans to apply her responsible AI learnings in the health field. “I’m passionate about equitable research, ensuring research study participants have control, power and a voice,” she says.” In the same way that AI literacy is important, we need to focus on health literacy so people understand what their rights are, become educated on their health care options, and are able to advocate for themselves. Explainability and health literacy go hand-in-hand.”

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