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Ethics and Technology: Who Do we Trust?
Emerging Technologies and the Implications for Change in Healthcare, Education, Governance and Commerce

Perry Kinkaide, MSc, PhD, CMC
Founder & Past-President, Alberta Council of Technologies

What does the rate of speed of information access mean for our society? What does education look like in the face of Massive Open On-line Courses (MOOCS)? How do Healthcare providers serve the new informed and skeptical client? Where do regulatory forces come from in an increasingly deregulated global society?

Technology is profoundly changing the shape of society and its underlying economic base. The implications for production, trade and employment call for equally accelerated response strategies. What is the role of ethics in the development of these strategies in the brave new world?

May 27th, 7pm
Scotiabank Theatre Auditorium
Sobey School of Business

This presentation is generously supported bythe Sobey School of Business at Saint Mary's University.

CCEPA is a joint initiative of The Atlantic School of Theology and Saint Mary's University .

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