The ethical implications and societal consequences of technology are increasingly urgent areas we need to address. Undergraduates of all majors are invited to examine the moral complexity of AI, algorithmic bias, genetic engineering and other tech subjects — and to think about the future of technological innovation. Learn more
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The McCoy Family Center for Ethics in Society is committed to bringing ethical reflection to bear on important social problems through research, teaching, and community engagement. Drawing on the established strengths of Stanford interdisplinary faculty, the Center develops initiatives with ethical dimensions that relate to pressing public problems.
The Stanford Basic Income Lab (BIL) was established in February 2017 to provide an academic home for the study of Universal Basic Income (UBI). UBI is a periodic cash payment, unconditionally delivered to all on an individual basis, without means-test or work requirements. Learn more about how BIL supports those researching and experimenting with UBI policies around the world.