Ethics in the era of artificial intelligence (with Erin Sharoni)

Our guest for this episode of The Brain Health Revolution Podcast is Erin Sharoni (Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter), who is a Master of Bioethics degree candidate (‘23) at Harvard Medical School and a seasoned biotechnology executive with expertise in longevity, epigenetics, and artificial intelligence (AI).

We discussed the incredibly important value of ethics in the field of AI, and explored the reasons why, at this most pivotal of times in human history, there hasn’t been enough conversations around this subject.

Erin has over 15 years of experience building products and brands in molecular health, media, and finance. She has held roles at top financial institutions like Bridgewater Associates, biotech startups like InsideTracker, and worked as an anchor and commentator on national television.

Erin sits on the Advisory Board of Animal Save Movement, a global animal rights organization that aims to end animal exploitation through the act of bearing witness and through her work.

Erin holds an additional master’s degree in the field of Biology from Harvard, and a BA with Honors in Studio Art from Wesleyan University. She is currently a researcher for the NIH’s AI program, Bridge2AI, where she focuses on the ethics of AI in three-dimensional cell mapping for disease prediction.

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