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Arthur J. Holland Program on Ethics in Government: How A.I. Fails Us
As part of the Arthur J. Holland Program on Ethics in Government, Eagleton is pleased to welcome political theorist and Professor Danielle Allen for a fireside discussion with Professor Saladin Ambar about, “How A.I. Fails Us: Exploring the Ethics of AI and Social Media.” Join us on Wednesday, November 15th at 7:00 p.m. at the Douglass Student Center, followed by a book signing with Dr. Allen for her latest publication, Justice by Means of Democracy.
About Danielle Allen
Danielle Allen is a James Bryant Conant University Professor at Harvard University and Director of the Allen Lab for Democracy Renovation at Harvard Kennedy School’s Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation. She is a professor of political philosophy, ethics, and public policy. She is also a seasoned nonprofit leader, democracy advocate, tech ethicist, distinguished author, and mom.
About the Moderator
Saladin Ambar joined the Eagleton Institute of Politics in 2017. Dr. Ambar is a Senior Scholar at Eagleton’s Center on the American Governor and Professor of Political Science at Rutgers University-New Brunswick. He is the author of four books, including Malcolm X at Oxford Union: Racial Politics in a Global Era (Oxford University Press), which was nominated for a Hurston/Wright Legacy Award for best non-fiction book written by an African American author. The book is the basis for a film currently in development by Number 9 Films (UK).
About the Arthur J. Holland Program for Ethics in Government
The Arthur J. Holland Program on Ethics in Government honors the distinguished Rutgers alumnus and long-time mayor of Trenton. The program seeks to promote transparency and honesty in public affairs and to improve public policy and government practices by replacing cynicism and apathy with awareness. It provides opportunities for students, public officials and the general public to focus on practices that can be adopted by government entities and individual practitioners to serve constituents as responsively and ethically as possible. The annual program components include a public lecture and discussion, a workshop at the New Jersey League of Municipalities Conference, and occasional other initiatives.