Researchers studying artificial intelligence have embarked upon a yearlong fellowship with the Leshner Leadership Institute, taking with them lessons from an intensive orientation to more effectively communicate about and engage the public with science.
Twelve scientists and engineers were chosen for having demonstrated leadership and excellence in their research careers and an interest in promoting meaningful dialogue between science and society.
The growing use of artificial intelligence in society, how math can help address political gerrymandering, the ethics of human gene-editing, and the spread of infectious disease among ocean organisms will be discussed at the 2020 AAAS Annual Meeting.
AAAS examines human rights, ethical and legal issues emerging from the use of facial recognition technology.
A presentation by Maithilee Kunda, Vanderbilt University at an Engaging Scientists campus event, November, 2018
2017 Holiday Lecture