From Alexa to Uber, music to medicine, and drones to driverless cars, technology plays a huge part of our daily lives. Rochester researchers are tapping into the potential—and ethics—of it all and how virtual reality, artificial intelligence, data science, and more can transform everything from education to health care to entertainment. What does this all mean for being human? This is just one of the questions we asked our esteemed panel.

View highlights of the conversation featuring:

Randall Curren
Professor of Philosophy

Ehsan Hoque
Interim Director of the Goergen Institute for Data Science

Madeline K. Sofia ’16M (PHD)
Associate Producer, NPR’s Science Desk

David Williams
Dean for Research in Arts, Sciences and Engineering

Every day, Rochester luminaries and thinkers are questioning the world as we know it in the relentless quest to improve humankind.

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