Join us Thursday, April 4th, 2019, for a lunchtime lecture with Gunnar Björnsson entitled “Ways to be Implicated”. Abstract: An agent can be morally implicated in a harm even though the harm would have occurred without that agent’s contribution. Some such cases of agential redundancy seem to be well understood if we take blameworthiness to […]
New York University
Center for BioethicsSince its launch in 2007, the New York University Center for Bioethics has promoted a broad conception of bioethics encompassing both environmental and health ethics through conferences, workshops, public lectures, undergraduate courses, and graduate courses. Bioethics students take courses from leading bioethicists as well as professors in the fields of dentistry, education, law, medicine, philosophy, public health, public service, and others.
On April 26, 2019, the NYU Center for Bioethics will host a workshop on “The Ethics of Artificial Intelligence and Healthcare”. Artificial intelligence (AI) systems have the potential to dramatically improve health outcomes for patients by analyzing enormous amounts of data, identifying patterns and predicting results. To succeed, though, these systems need access to personal and group […]