L. Syd Johnson (HU) was an ethics panelist at the workshop “Stem Cells, Neural Organoids, and Ex Vivo Human Brain Tissue: Science and Ethics” at Duke University. The workshop was sponsored by the Duke Science & Society Program and the NIH BRAIN Initiative, on May 11.
Andrew Fiss (HU) gave an invited presentation and participated in a two-day research workshop at the University of California, Berkeley on May 5-6. These events were part of the Algorithmic Thinking symposium, bringing together humanities scholars, data scientists and mathematicians in order to develop a better critical understanding of algorithms, i.e. the mathematical rules meant to govern the behavior of humans and machines. For more information see here.