Uttam Ghosh,Ph.D., associate professor of cybersecurity, and Nadine Shillingford, Ph.D. chair and associate professor, computer science and data science, received Third Place, Best Paper in the Full Paper category at the Sixth IFIP International Internet of Things Conference.
At a time when AI seems poised for exponential growth, deep conversations about responsible use of AI in health care, especially in terms of health equity, are vital. By joining CHAI, the Coalition for Health AI, Meharry School of Applied Computational Sciences is now an active participant in those discussions with leading industry members like Duke AI Health, Stanford and MITRE.
Dr. Uttam Ghosh, associate professor of cybersecurity, is featured in a WKRN news article about cyberattacks in health care.
Digital advancements have contributed to an exponential growth of health care data. While maintaining patient data privacy will remain a priority, that data also drives critical advancements in patient treatment and outcomes. Cybersecurity is the key to maintaining patient trust through data privacy protection and improving health care outcomes through research advancements.