This roundtable, anchored by physicians and medical ethicists, is intended to broaden the discussion of the ethical issues emerging as a result of how technology is designed and used. These technologies have profound implications for the future of society, humanity and public health. This roundtable will highlight Tristan Harris’ work in Humane Technology as a starting point for an important conversation that will most certainly explore the incentives in the technology sector, the neuroethics of technology design and the immediate challenge of health risks juxtapositioned next to the extraordinary promise of healthcare innovation.
20 seats available. Registration is first come, first served. VIP ticket holder and Geekend Scholar registration begins Monday, April 8. General attendee registration begins Monday, April 15. Contact us with questions.