Artificial intelligence is the theme of Provost’s Ethics Colloquium on Nov. 28

Author’s Note: This message was sent to the CSU community on November 9 by Provost Provisional Janice Nerger and University Teaching Scholar Matt Hickey.

Dear Ram community:

We are pleased to announce the resumption of Provost’s Ethics Colloquium * Colloquium * and encourage you to attend this important course presented to the university community. Please mark your calendar for Monday, November 28, 4-6 pm at Lory Student Center. The concentration of colloquium will be Code of Artificial Intelligence With keynote speeches and group discussions.

Keynote speaker

Matthew DeCamp, MD, PhD
Center for Biological, Moral and Humanitarian
Anschutz Medical Center

Group discussion after the presentation of Dr. DeCamp will provide an opportunity to present a range of academic work at CSU that uses AI approaches to study issues of broad impact on people and communities. We hope that the discussion will encourage discussion of AI promises, the scope of the ethical concerns involved in its program, and how these ethical concerns can be disciplined.

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Jude Bayham Associate Professor
Department of Economy, Agriculture and Resources
Department of Epidemiology at Colorado School of Public Health
Data Science Research Institute

Elizabeth Barnes, Professor
Department of Atmospheric Sciences
Data Science Research Institute

Chris Becker, Clinical Professor
Accounting Department
Faculty of Moral and Human Rights Center College Branch

Nikhil Krishnaswamy Assistant Professor
Department of Computer Science
Data Science Research Institute

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Michael Kirby Professor
Department of Mathematics
Department of Computer Science
Director, Data Science Research Institute

Pre-registration is not required, but seating is limited.. The live stream will be available and a watch link posted a few days before the event at: The course is co-sponsored by the Office of the Apostle and the Vice President for Academic Affairs, Center for Ethics and Human Rights at Colorado State University and the Data Science Research Institute.

We look forward to having you join us in person or through live streaming.



Janice L. Neger, Ph.D.
Interim Venerable and Vice President in charge of Education

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Matt Hickey, Ph.D.
Outstanding Professors and Students of the University
Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies
Faculty of Health and Human Sciences


* About the code of ethics of the Chief Inspector

The Venerable Ethics Conference was established in 2016 to promote cross-faculty dialogue on ethical issues. By highlighting existing workshops and ethical activities, encouraging additional events and providing virtual resources, the Colloquium promotes interaction and collaboration between faculty and staff working with a ethical perspective on almost all issues facing them. Community. The colloquium is being resumed in the fall of 2022 after being temporarily suspended during an outbreak.


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