Cedars-Sinai Joins White House AI Consortium

Cedars-Sinai has also joined the TRAIN group, which is led by Microsoft.

By HFT Staff

Cedars-Sinai has joined a White House initiative aimed at ensuring healthcare providers and companies use artificial intelligence (AI) ethically and responsibly. Together with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the AI effort—announced in late 2023—is a consortium involving nearly 40 health systems and insurers.   

As described by the White House, members’ voluntary commitments reflect a series of actions that underscore three principles that are fundamental: safety, security and trust.  

In addition to the White House Initiative on Healthcare AI, Cedars-Sinai recently joined the Trustworthy & Responsible AI Network, or TRAIN, governance network. Led by Microsoft, this network of healthcare institutions aims to put responsible AI guidelines into practice. 

Through this consortium, the collective whole will align on operationalizing responsible AI principles to improve the quality, safety and trustworthiness of AI in healthcare. Participants will share best practices and be provided with tools to enable measurement of outcomes associated with the implementation of AI. 

April 16, 2024

Topic Area: Information Technology

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