Ana Iltis, "Race, Genes, and Kidney Transplantation"
Ana Iltis, "Race, Genes, and Kidney Transplantation"
   October 3, 2022

Join us for a presentation by

Dr. Ana Iltis (Director of the Center for Bioethics, Health and Society and Prof. Philosophy at Wake Forest):

"Race, Genes and Kidney Transplantation: Ethical Issues in Race-Targeted Genetic Testing"

Register for in person  (lunch provided) or online (starts at 12:00)...

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Center Director Gordon Hull "Personally Speaking" Talk
   September 15, 2022

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Ethical Approaches to Working with Refugees
   April 28, 2022

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Equity Through Revlexivity: A Conversation with Seye Abimbola
Equity Through Revlexivity: A Conversation with Seye Abimbola
   April 4, 2022

April 21, 4:00pm EDT: Equity through Reflexivity: A Conversation with Seye Abimbola (Senior Lecturer, Public Health, Univ.  of Sydney, Prince Claus Chair in Development and Equity at Utrecht Univ., Editor-in Chief of BMJ Global Health)

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Karen Levy, "Robotruckers: The Double Threat of AI for Low Wage Work"
Karen Levy, "Robotruckers: The Double Threat of AI for Low Wage Work"
   March 28, 2022

April 6, 1:00 EDT: Karen Levy (Asst. Prof. Sociology and Associate of the Law School, Cornell Univ.) presents as part of our series on Bias in AI, on “Robotruckers: The Double Threat of AI for Low Wage Work”

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Ngozi Okidegbe, "Discredited Data"
Ngozi Okidegbe, "Discredited Data"
   March 14, 2022

March 23, 1:00 ET: Ngozi Okidegbe (Asst. Prof. Law, Cardozo School of Law), presents as part of our series on Bias in AI, on “Discredited Data”

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John Hume in America
John Hume in America
   March 9, 2022

Of interest: The Office of the Honorary Consul of Ireland & the University of North Carolina Charlotte's Philosophy Department present a film screening of "John Hume in America" with a conversation with the director. Free and open to the pubilc.

 

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Nicola Mulder, "Challenges in Large-Scale Genomics Research in Africa"
Nicola Mulder, "Challenges in Large-Scale Genomics Research in Africa"
   January 24, 2022

Feb. 15 (Tuesday) at 10:00 EST: Nicola Mulder (Prof. and Head of Computational Biology (CBIO) division, Univ. Cape Town): “Challenges in Large-Scale Genomics Research in Africa

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Alex Hanna, "Beyond Bias: Algorithmic Unfairness, Infrastructure, and Genealogies of Data"
Alex Hanna, "Beyond Bias: Algorithmic Unfairness, Infrastructure, and Genealogies of Data"
   November 9, 2021

Nov 30, 12:00 ET: Alex Hanna (Sr. Research Scientist in Ethical AI, Google) presents as part of our series on Bias in AI, on “Beyond Bias: Algorithmic Unfairness, Infrastructure, and Genealogies of Data

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Refiloe Masekela, "Global health: is there a way to right the wrongs?"
Refiloe Masekela, "Global health: is there a way to right the wrongs?"
   October 25, 2021

Nov 9 (Tuesday), 9:00am ET:  Refiloe Masekela (Head Dept. Pediatrics and Child Health, U. KwaZulu Natal, Durban South Africa) presents as the first speaker in our series,  presents as part of our series, African Access to Global Research Funding, on “​​Global health: is there a way to right the wrongs?

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