Skip to main content

Applied sciences and engineering/Computer science/Artificial intelligence

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

Freelance writer Julianna Photopoulos and mobile app reporter Xiaoxue Chen are among the five recipients of the 2018 EurekAlert! Fellowships for International Science Reporters awards, marking two firsts for the fellowship program – the inaugural recipient from the Balkan region and the first representing a daily mobile-app publication.