UVU's Symposium on Technology and Ethics


Can a robot be moral? Come explore the ethical dimension of technology.

Date: Tuesday, February 2, 2010
Time: 8:30am - 2:05pm
Location: Library 120

ALL EVENTS WILL BE ON TUESDAY FEB 2ND. SEE SCHEDULE BELOW:

Session One
Ethics and the Robots of the Future
Ernest Carey, Dean, College of Technology and Computing, UVU
Joseph R. Herkert, Lincoln Associate Professor of Ethics and Technology,
Arizona State University
Michael S. Pritchard, Professor of Philosophy, Director, Center for the
Study of Ethics in Society, Western Michigan University
8:30‑9:45 a.m., Library Auditorium (LI 120)

Session Two
Keynote Speech:
Ethical Challenges of Emerging Technologies
Joseph R. Herkert, Lincoln Associate Professor of Ethics and Technology,
Arizona State University
10‑11:15 a.m., Library Auditorium (LI 120)

Session Three
Panel Discussion on Ethics and Technology:
Chuck Allison, Associate Professor, CNS‑Computing/Networking Sciences
Cheryl Hanewicz, Assistant Professor, Technology Management
Joseph R. Herkert, Lincoln Associate Professor of Ethics and Technology,
Arizona State University
Ray Walker, Associate Vice President of Information Technology/CIO
1:00‑2:15 p.m., Library Auditorium (LI 120)

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