The Janet Prindle Institute for Ethics, in collaboration with the Tenzer Technology Center, the McDermond Center for Management and Entrepreneurship, and the School of Business and Leadership, are excited to welcome scholars, students, faculty, and alumni to the Midwest Ethics Symposium on April 16-18, 2024. Join us for presentations and discussions on the ethical implications that emerging AI technology has for our future.
About the Program
The Midwest Ethics Symposium begins with an opening conference dinner on April 16. Following the dinner, the first keynote address will be delivered by Jon Gertner, journalist, editor and New York Times bestselling author whose work focuses on science, technology, innovation, business, and society.
April 17 features a full day of programming and concludes with the second keynote address by Nate Nichols ’05, Head of Generative AI at Tableau.
April 18 is the final day of the symposium, with a full day of sessions and a closing reception. To see the full schedule look here: MES24 Schedule
The symposium is free and open to the public, but please use the form below to register so we can plan appropriately for the sessions. All sessions will take place at The Janet Prindle Institute for Ethics.