Ethics and Technology Talks
This series will resume in Fall 2022. Please check back soon for a scheduled list of speakers.
Our Center periodically hosts a series of lunchtime talks throughout the academic year on topics that relate to the intersection of ethics and technology. Many of the speakers teach courses that count toward the Ethics and Technology Minor electives.
RSVP is required, and free lunch is provided.
MARCH 2nd, 2019
Gili Greenbaum, post-doctoral researcher at the Rosenberg Lab at Stanford.
TITLE: Should we Genetically Engineer an Entire Species?
OCTOBER 15th, 2019
Jeff Hancock, Professor of Communications, Founder and Director of Stanford's Social Media Lab
TITLE: The Shifting Tides of Trust and Tech
NOVEMBER 6th, 2019
Johan Ugander, Assitant Professor of Managemnt Science & Engineering (MS&E)
TITLE: Social Data and Privacy
NOVEMBER 20th, 2019
Jerry Kaplan, Lecturer and Research Affiliate at FSI (Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies)
TITLE: The Seven Deadly Sins of Algorithmic Bias