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What’s New in AI at UNMC?

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We have learned a lot about AI over the last several months! “What’s New in AI at UNMC?” is a monthly online discussion series that provides a chance to talk with colleagues across UNMC about how they have encountered or integrated AI in their work.  

The inaugural session is set for Wednesday, June 19, 2024, from 9–10 a.m. via Zoom. This session will focus on generative AI guidance from professional associations and research institutions that may impact UNMC faculty and staff.   

Future discussions will include topics such as: reviews of current AI projects at UNMC, updated AI policies and protocols, and emerging topics in the field of generative AI.   

This series is open to all UNMC colleagues and will be conducted via Zoom.   

“What’s New in AI at UNMC?” is brought to you by the UNMC AI Task Force co-chairs, Rachel Lookadoo (College of Public Health) and Emily Glenn (McGoogan Health Sciences Library). 

“What’s New in AI at UNMC?” schedule:  

  • Wed., June 19 | 9–10 a.m. via Zoom
  • Wed., August 21 | 9–10 a.m. via Zoom
  • Fall discussion dates are forthcoming.   

This series follows the UNMC AI Task Force work, contributes to a “community of practice” and occurs in coordination with the July 23, 2024 Generative AI at UNMC | Summer Symposium. 

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