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Tech Talk - Artificial Intelligence: Applications in Dietetics

Date: Thursday, November 16, 2023

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Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (CT)

Artificial Intelligence has the power to enhance how dietitians work. Join us for an open discussion of use cases where machine learning algorithms and generative AI such as ChatGPT can be applied to dietetics practice, such as data analysis and enhanced productivity. 

This event will provide the opportunity to brainstorm and network with colleagues on solutions, plus a live demo of ChatGPT. If you’ve been curious about how it works but haven’t yet created an account, come check it out! 

This event does not offer CEU.


Christine Manta Campbell, MS, RD

Christine Manta Campbell, MS, RD, currently serves as head of customer experience at HumanFirst, formerly Elektra Labs. Christine was the first full time employee at HumanFirst and has had a variety of roles in research, sales and product over the past 3 years.  Prior to joining HumanFirst, she supported the Clinical Trials Transformation Initiative's (CTTI) systematic review of feasibility studies using mobile technologies in clinical research. Christine has a background in research serving as a clinical coordinator and research associate at Christiana Care's Value Institute, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center and Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. There, she led research and evaluation projects across a variety of implementation science and patient safety initiatives, publishing several papers as first author.  Christine received her master's in nutrition from University of Pittsburgh and completed a clinically focused internship in acute and long term care settings.

Dr. Tatyana El-Kour  

Dr. Tatyana El-Kour is the global nutrition advisor at Aga Khan Foundation, based out of Geneva, Switzerland. She is a recognized expert and thought leader in population health and nutrition. A champion of systems’ thinking. Highly skilled at innovating frameworks to transform processes and leverage technology to maximize effectiveness and outcomes. For over 24 years, Dr. El-Kour has delivered progressive strategies integrating and aligning complex programs and projects on behalf of the United Nations, governmental and non-governmental agencies with a behavior change focus. More recently, Dr. El-Kour’s technical specialty has evolved to address the changing healthcare and food systems landscape, incorporating media psychology and technology to population health and humanitarian programming to effect regulatory and policy changes and drive population behavior change.