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Monday, April 22 • 10:00am - 12:00pm
A Discourse on Ethics, Data, & Technology - Featuring DIG Digital Innovation Powered by Providence @Northeastern University Seattle - 401 Terry Ave N #103 FILLING

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) drives much of the digital world around us and data fuels this technology. However, as advancements in AI accelerate there is a profound impact on society (for example, self-driving cars) and conversations around data ethics need to keep pace.  Topics we will explore include:

  • AI's impact on consumers, workforce and society at large 
  • The security and privacy of data
  • Key questions that need to be asked and answer
  • Shared responsibility and role of the tech sector, companies, customers and governments

Moderator
avatar for Padmaja Vrudhula

Padmaja Vrudhula

Sr. Director, Product Management – Modern Applications Platform R&D, VMware

Speakers
avatar for Raman Chandrasekar

Raman Chandrasekar

Part-time Lecturer, NEU
Raman “Chandra” Chandrasekar is a freelance consultant, and teaches at Northeastern University’s Khoury College of Computer Sciences in Seattle. Chandra has a background in research as well as engineering management, with a focus on addressing real-world problems in natural... Read More →
avatar for Becky Holman

Becky Holman

Director, CAR T Shared Services, Juno Therapeutics, a Celgene company
avatar for Denise Mamaril

Denise Mamaril

Sr Manager, Information Security and Compliance, Nordstrom
Denise is an information security professional specializing in compliance in the retail space. Denise has a passion for data security and privacy and works tirelessly to keep her customers' data safe. As a seasoned manager with over 25 years’ experience in operations, finance, technology... Read More →
avatar for Tamara Bonaci

Tamara Bonaci

Assistant Teaching Professor, Northeastern University