Panel on Ethical Considerations for Responsible AI Strategies

Date and Time:    Thursday, March 21, 2024, 5 pm – 6 pm EST (in person)
Location:               Chastain I, Westin Peachtree Plaza, Atlanta GA
Registration:         REGISTER here

 Join us on Thursday, March 21 for an exciting panel with experts from the Emory Center for Ethics, including

  • Dr. Paul Root Wolpe, Director of the Emory Center for Ethics
  • Dr. John Banja, Professor, Medical Ethicist, Emory Center for Ethics
  • Dr. Edward Queen, Associate Teaching Professor and Director of the D. Abbot Turner Program in Ethics and Servant Leadership at the Emory University Center for Ethics
  • Dr. Anne-Elisabeth Courrier, Associate Professor in Law, Department of Law and Political Sciences, University of Nantes, France, and Visiting Fellow, Emory Center for Ethics, Emory University

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IF you are interested to know more, please check out the following:

Simuvactoin on AI: AI and Health Disparities on A Global Stage

What is a Simuvaction? It is a replication of a “Global Partnership on AI” meeting where students coming from eleven academic institutions play the role of national delegates, stakeholders and journalists and think collectively about one of the most challenging AI quandaries.

To have a role in the serious game, please contact Dr. Courrier at this email: (before March 12)

To attend the event in person or online, feel free to register on Eventbrite:

Simuvaction on AI 2024 Tickets, Tue, Mar 19, 2024, at 8:30 AM | Eventbrite

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