Maggie Little and James Giordano Spoke at Kennedy Institute of Ethics 50th Anniversary Symposium on Bioethics
Posted in Past events | Tagged James Giordano, Maggie Little, Spring 2021
Maggie Little and James Giordano spoke at the Kennedy Institute of Ethics 50th Anniversary Symposium on Bioethics, with the theme of “A New Era of Bioethics At Georgetown”. The symposium was held in Georgetown University, in association with the Pellegrino Center for Clinical Bioethics, which celebrated its 30th anniversary, on June 1-5, 2021.
Little talked about the work of the Ethics Lab, and presented on Data & Digital Ethics, outlining issues in data and digital ethics key to ensuring their responsible design, deployment, and governance. Giordano’s presentation was titled Bold New Neuroscience; Brave New Neuroethics?, and provided insight to newly emerging tools and techniques of the brain sciences, discussing the ethical issues they generate – and possible methods of addressing and resolving these questions and problems – on the 21st century global stage.
Watch the recording of Maggie Little’s talk about the Ethics Lab:
Watch the recording of Maggie Little’s presentation on Data & Digital Ethics:
Watch the recording of James Giordano’s presentation on Bold New Neuroscience; Brave New Neuroethics?: