Monday, April 15-Tuesday, April 16, 2024, Johnson Rooms,
Robert H. Lurie Engineering Center, 1221 Beal Ave., Ann Arbor, Michigan

RAIDE invites you to a 1-1/2 day symposium that will bring together experts from industry, academia, and government in the fields of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Autonomous Vehicles (AV).  We will address the regulatory, technical, and policy challenges and their impact on risk identification and acceptable mitigation.

This event will be in-person only.

Programming on the scientific, theoretical, and practical considerations that promote effective real-world application will focus on:

  • Discussion of tools, technology, and techniques that deal with hazard identification methods, risk assessment, and mitigation-focused decision making, risk acceptance, and risk communication to support decision making across AI and AV.
  • Identifying both common and domain-specific needs and transfer of knowledge and mitigation strategies from one domain to another.
  • Establishing relationships between academic and industry participants to develop connections and form plans for future research, collaborations, and proposals to help advance risk analysis and risk mitigation strategies.

Event Program Highlights:

Artificial Intelligence Safety & Risk Panel
Esteemed panelists include:

  • Raed Al Kontar, Assistant Professor, Industrial & Operations Engineering, University of Michigan
  • Neda Mosoud, Associate Professor, Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Michigan
  • Miles Thompson, AI Assurance Solutions Lead, MITRE

Autonomous Systems Safety & Risk Panel
Esteemed panelists include:

  • Joe Kolly, Director, Integrated Systems Innovation Center, MITRE
  • Henry Liu, Director, MCity and Bruce D. Greenshields Collegiate Professor, Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Michigan
  • Chris Marsh, System Test Engineer, Aurora Innovation
  • Mark Rosekind, Former Administrator, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), , NTSB Member, NASA Scientist

PLUS! Synthesis, Integration & the Future Directions; Future Strategies and Issues in Industry, and Collaborative Opportunities Discussions


For questions, email: [email protected]

Past Events

RAIDE Seminar Series

The RAIDE seminar series provides an opportunity to hear from and interact with leaders in the field of risk analysis from academia, industry, and government. It also provides a place for discussion and networking among those at the University of Michigan interested in risk analysis. The seminar series kicked off virtually in spring 2020.

Recordings of past seminars

  • Kick-off seminar discussing RAIDE-led COVID risk modeling for the College of Engineering. April 2020.