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Panel Discussion: Exploring the Ethical Considerations, Concerns, and Impacts of Artificial Intelligence on the Research Enterprise

Ended Feb 13, 2024
2 credits

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Term: Spring 2024

Date: February 13th, 2024

Time: 11:00am - 1:00pm

Location: University Mall 2104 & Online


Dale Pike, Associate Vice Provost for Technology-Enhanced Learning

Sylvester Johnson, Associate Vice Provost for Public Interest Technology

Cynthia Hampton, Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Shahidur Talukdar; Presidential Postdoctoral Fellow in Science Policy and Research Ethics

Densen Özkan, Assistant Professor, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Department University of Connecticut

David Reeping, Assistant Professor, Department of Engineering and Computing Education University of Cincinnati

Presented By: Scholarly Integrity and Research Compliance (SIRC) Technology Enhalnced Learning & Online Strategies (TLOS), Center for the Humanities, Center for the Enhancement of Engineering Diversity (CEED)



The field of Artificial Intelligence is rapidly evolving in terms of technology, deployment models, third-party relationships, terms of service, regulatory landscape, and academic-industry partnership structures. As technology continues to advance, it is essential for the research community to stay aligned with emerging tools and technologies while simultaneously ensuring responsible and ethical practices. This Investigator Series panel discussion will present multiple perspective on the ethical use Artificial Intelligence (AI) for research, innovation, and other scholarly endeavors.

Please Note: Only 20 seats are available in person