Are you and your children really ready for Tomorrow's World?
The astonishing (some would say alarming) pace of scientific and technical advances - from the rise of the robots to artificial intelligences that are champion game-players , from fitness monitors to learning aids to the social media at large - has already changed our lives. But what next for the home, the workplace, the classroom, the medical center? How do we comprehend and control the potential consequences for our communities?
Come and MEET an international group of experts to explore the ethics of these emerging
technologies, ask questions and offer opinions at a Conversation in the Round.
Where: San Diego Central Public Library Shiley Suite, 330 Park Blvd, San Diego 92101
When: Thursday, November 10, 2016 from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Reception to follow
INVITED SPEAKERS ARE:
William Casebeer - Lockheed Martin
Kate Darling - Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Jay Giedd - University of California San Diego
Hannah Maslen - University of Oxford
Mayank Mehta - University of California Los Angeles
Vivienne Ming - Founder & Executive Chair at Socos
Julian Savulescu - University of Oxford
Rachel Wurzman - University of Pennsylvania
Roger Bingham, Director, The Science Network & The Collaboratory at UC San Diego
Judy Illes, President, International Neuroethics Society and Director, the National Core for Neuroethics, University of British Columbia
Kate Shanks – 858-822-2902, email@example.com, University of California, San Diego
Karen Graham – 301-229-1660, firstname.lastname@example.org, International Neuroethics Society
The International Neuroethics Society, the Temporal Dynamics of Learning Center, and the Science Collaboratory of the University of California, San Diego.
Judy Illes, Karen Graham, Rachel Wurzman (INS Public Session Program Committee)
Andrea Chiba, Roger Bingham, Deborah Forster (University of California, San Diego)
The International Neuroethics Society is a 501(c)(3) public charity dedicated to aligning ethics, law, society and policy with advances in neuroscience. For more information or to donate: www.neuroethicssociety.org
This public forum is supported by the National Science Foundation grant SMA-1550967