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SciFi Explores Science, Morality, and Spirituality Throughout Time
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Imagining Different Worlds: Science, Ethics, and Faith in Science Fiction

In this recording of the 2020 holiday lecture and discussion, Br. Guy Consolmagno and Dr. Nnedi Okorafor discuss how intersections…
SciFi Explores Science, Morality, and Spirituality Throughout Time 2
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SciFi Explores Science, Morality, and Spirituality Throughout Time

McKenzie Prillaman

On 9 December 2020, DoSER's holiday lecture "Imagining Different Worlds: Science, Ethics, and Faith in Science Fiction" featured Br. Guy…
Reconciling Past Injustices: Building a future in African American genomics
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Reconciling Past Injustices: Building a future in African American genomics

Dr. Fatimah Jackson presents an overview of Cobb Research Lab Studies as a model for science practice and community engagement.
Humans and Race
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New Film Series Explores Science’s Role in Fighting Racism

Adam D. Cohen

DoSER has launched a new film series that explores human evolution, the history of scientific racism, and the lack of…
Humans and Race
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Humans and Race

A new video series from AAAS DoSER exploring the past and present intersections of science and racism. This series will explore difficult topics such…
Science: The Wide Angle Film Series 2
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Science: The Wide Angle Film Series

AAAS DoSER, in collaboration with Fourth Line Films, has produced an exciting series of short films to spark discussion of…
Technology’s Built-In Machine Bias Reflects Racism, Scholar Says
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  • 2 minute read

Race to the Future: Values and Vision in the Design of Technology and Society

Dr. Ruha Benjamin explores the effects of machine bias and systemic racism in modern technology and how technology is often…
Technology’s Built-In Machine Bias Reflects Racism, Scholar Says
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  • 4 minute read

Technology’s Built-In Machine Bias Reflects Racism, Scholar Says

Andrea Korte

In August 2020, Dr. Ruha Benjamin spoke on the future of technology, race, and religion.
Profiles Spotlight Researchers Engaging with Religious Communities
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Profiles Spotlight Researchers Engaging with Religious Communities

Adam D. Cohen

AAAS has launched a new series profiling scientists who have forged meaningful relationships with religious communities.
Race to the Future? Values and Vision in the Design of Technology and Society Part 4
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“Change is made in the smallest lines of code” — Ruha Benjamin excerpt, 4 of 4

Dr. Ruha Benjamin explores what needs to be done to change the design of racist technology and how faith traditions…