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ChatGPT, Knowledge, and Misinformation: Technology and Its Many Impacts on Health, Wellness, and Society

Technological advancements greatly impact health and the social determinants of health. AI ethicist and criminologist Renée Cummings and researcher Michael Scroggins will discuss AI and other technologies that are changing the landscape of society, health, wellness, and scientific research. The discussion will be moderated by Voices in Bioethics Editor-in-Chief Anne Zimmerman. This event celebrates 10 years of Voices in Bioethics, the online journal published by Columbia University's Masters in Bioethics Program with Columbia Libraries.


Michael Scroggins, PhD – Lecturer at UCLA Institute for Society and Genetics

Renée Cummings, M.A., M.S. – Assistant Professor at the UVA School of Data Science


Anne Zimmerman, J.D., M.S., CIPP/US, CEET – Editor-in-Chief at Voices in Bioethics


This event is co-sponsored by the Columbia University Masters in Bioethics Program.

For more information, please contact Athina Fontenot at af3018 [[at]] columbia [[dot]] edu