Serena Wang, "Promises and Pitfalls of Machine Learning for Education"
Serena Wang, "Promises and Pitfalls of Machine Learning for Education"
   October 3, 2021

Oct. 28 (Thursday), 12:00: Serena Wang (PhD Candidate, UC Berkeley) presents as part of our series, Biased AI, on Promises and Pitfalls of Machine Learning for Education

---> Zoom Registration: https://uncc.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0lcO6pqDIiGNa0xqhRX6WOZuRaiBnoThKd  ...

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Ben Green, “Algorithmic Governance: The Promises and Perils of Government Algorithms"
Ben Green, “Algorithmic Governance: The Promises and Perils of Government Algorithms"
   September 20, 2021

Oct. 5 (Tuesday), 12:00: Ben Green (Postdoctoral Scholar in the Michigan Society of Fellows, Asst. Prof. Public Policy, Univ. of Michigan), presents as part of our series, Biased AI

---> Zoom Registration: https://uncc.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMqdOGtqTMvHtwUJylS_jTV_YvCiCOEThwd ...

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Center Affiliate, Dr. Robin James, Participating in NYU's Institute for Public Knowledge Series: "Co-Opting AI"
Center Affiliate, Dr. Robin James, Participating in NYU's Institute for Public Knowledge Series: "Co-Opting AI"
   April 30, 2021

Dr. Robin James, an affiliate of the Center (and also Associate Professor of Philosophy at UNCC), is participating in an event held by NYU's Institute for Public Knowledge (IPK) on June 3, 2021, titled "Co-Opting AI: Music." This event "will examine how music is entangled with technological innovation, and AI in particular, and how this is linked to the making and re-making of societal structures." It is part of an IPK series that launched in 2019, “Co-Opting AI: Public Conversations About Design, Inequality, and...

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Kim Q. Hall, "Cultivating Ableism: The Institutional Lives of Gardens"
Kim Q. Hall, "Cultivating Ableism: The Institutional Lives of Gardens"
   March 24, 2021

April 15 (Thurs.), 1:00: Kim Q. Hall (Prof. Philosophy, Appalachian State) presents as part of our series, Stories for Survivability: How we Talk about Disability Ethics and Why it Matters

---> Zoom Registration: https://uncc.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUpce6hrjkuH93mCWN-F7U1yBvPeEhPBi8W...

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Max Liboiron, "Colonialism and 'Citizen' Science"
Max Liboiron, "Colonialism and 'Citizen' Science"
   March 1, 2021

March 22 (1:00pm): Max Liboiron (Assoc. Prof. Geography, Director of the Civic Laboratory for Environmental Action Research (CLEAR), Memorial University, Newfoundland) presents as part of the Ethics Center's 2020-21 series, Models for Equitable Minority Inclusion in Institutional Research.
 

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Ashley Shew, "Narratives Against Ableist Technologies"
Ashley Shew, "Narratives Against Ableist Technologies"
   February 25, 2021

March 16 (Tues.), 12:00-1:00: Ashley Shew (Asst. Prof. of Science, Technology and Society, Virginia Tech) presents as part of our series, Stories for Survivability: How we Talk about Disability Ethics and Why it Matters

---> Zoom Registration: https://uncc.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJAsd-mvrDMjHtHI1-...

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Nikita Shiel-Rolle, "Beyond the Walls of the Ivory Tower: Perspectives on Equitable Community Based Research”
Nikita Shiel-Rolle, "Beyond the Walls of the Ivory Tower: Perspectives on Equitable Community Based Research”
   February 8, 2021

Nikita Shiel-Rolle, MSc (Principal Research Scientist, Cat Island Conservation Institute, Bahamas) presents as part of the Ethics Center's 2020-21 series, Models for Equitable Minority Inclusion in Institutional Research

--> Zoom registration: https://uncc.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJElcuygrD0pGN3z30mrL45Xfph8EjXeW6qr 

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Joel Michael Reynolds, "We Are All Somebody's Child: Disability, Speciesism, and the Problem of Dehumanization"
Joel Michael Reynolds, "We Are All Somebody's Child: Disability, Speciesism, and the Problem of Dehumanization"
   February 5, 2021

Feb. 25 (Thurs.), 3:00-4:00: Joel Michael Reynolds (Asst. Prof. Philosophy, Georgetown) presents as part of our series, Stories for Survivability: How we Talk about Disability Ethics and Why it Matters

---> Zoom Registration: https://uncc.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYvd--gqjgsEteZLJ5dlRoWfcoD72UEL852

 

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Upcoming Talks: Models for Equitable Minority Inclusion in Institutional Research
   February 3, 2021

The Center is pleased to announce the schedule for the remaining speakers in our series:

Models for Equitable Minority Inclusion in Institutional Research:

Feb. 9 (Tues.), 12:00-1:30: Omega Wilson (Co-founder of West End Revitalization Association (WERA)) (pdf flyer here)

  • “The Community-Owned and Managed Research (COMR) Model for Equity in Research”...

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Pepijn Al, "The Value of Communities and their Consent"
Pepijn Al, "The Value of Communities and their Consent"
   January 26, 2021

Pepijn Al (University of Western Ontario) presents as part of the Ethics Center's 2020-21 series, Models for Equitable Minority Inclusion in Institutional Research.

Pepijn is a PhD candidate at the University of Western Ontario.  His work on the value of community consent appears in a 2020 paper in BioethicsFrom the abstract for that article:

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