Opportunity ID 12298
Degree Non Degree Program/Certificate
Opportunity Type : Self Funded
Language of Instruction English
Groundbreaking Executive Artificial Intelligence, Policy and Technology Program by Harvard’s Kennedy School and the John A. Paulson School
Leading in Artificial Intelligence: Exploring Technology and Policy
Sessions Duration: July 17-22, 2022
Deadline of the Application: June 06, 2022
Faculty Chair: James Waldo
Program Director: Anna Shanley
A fee of the Program: $9,900 __which includes tuition, accommodation, program’s materials, and most food costs.
Executive Certificate: This program is part of the Public Policy Executive Certificate series.
Program created by: Harvard’s Kennedy School and the John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
An illustration of the program:
Nowadays, the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) is penetrating into almost every sector of society_ from healthcare and finance to transportation and governmental services. Yet in spite of the growing demand, most decision-makers do not completely understand how these technologies work, nor fully predict their unintended consequences. Failure to realize and address questions around fairness, safety, and bias put the trust in AL and ML at risk.
Leaders like you are asking for means and resources to better control this uncharted territory. Leading in Artificial Intelligence: Exploring Technology and Policy provides you with such an opportunity. This groundbreaking and unique executive program lies at the critical juncture of policy and technology. Innovative yet practical, this program will enhance your capacity to excel in AI, including how to decline the risks without impeding innovation.
Together with your colleagues and prestigious Harvard faculty, you will experience an up=to-date learning experience with both online and residential teaching.
what you will learn:
enhance your knowledge of what AI is and isn’t,
help you determine appropriate technologies for your organization, and sharpen
your critical thinking around issues such as privacy, security, and fairness.
Specifically, you will:
- Learn to distinguish between AI and ML and understand their applications
- Explore ways to bridge the gap between the technology and policy sectors
and forge meaningful collaborations
- Examine AI and ML governance frameworks with a focus on what is working
and what is not
- Gain valuable new insights into how AI can be used for public good
Grounded in the case-method created at Harvard, the curriculum will include
small group discussions, stimulating workshops, lectures, and critical
Who should apply?
- Senior leaders in government and the military
- CTOs, CIOs, CSOs, CISOs, CDOs, and other C-Suite officers
- Product developers and engineers
- Leaders of civic, social, and political organizations, and
elected public officials
- Professionals in healthcare, financial services, transportation,
utilities, education, and criminal justice
How to Apply?
To apply for the Harvard Kennedy School Executive Education program please apply online.
Late applications will not be considered.
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For more information on HKS Executive Education admission process please visit the official website of Harvard University