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Sun., Jul. 18 | Zoom Online

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This is an open conversation about the ways in which the data from our bodies is collected and leveraged for innovation, including ethical considerations. Cost: Free
Registration is Closed

Time & Location

Jul. 18, 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Zoom Online

About This Workshop

Note: this session is limited to 25 attendees and are NOT recorded. 

TED Circles are held monthly. They are a free, online, safe and inclusive place to connect with innovators from all over the globe.

TED Circles' June 2021 theme is "Our Bodies". Pandemic has placed a spotlight on the data generated by, for and from our bodies. Let's meet on Juneteenth, and in light of National Indigenous History Month + Pride Month,  to discuss:

  1. What are the ethical concerns when collecting data generated by human bodies?
  2. Are there differences in data based on ethnicities?
  3. Who should own data from our bodies?
  4. Who should govern the technologies that use the data from our bodies?

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  • Gunjan Syal - Chief Strategy Advisor at GoEmerald.  Gunjan solves complex business problems in a way that the results are visible, measurable and repeatable. She has led innovation initiatives for 28+ US & Canadian businesses in 9 industries.  Gunjan has developed a dynamic innovation framework, is a globally  celebrated TED  Circles host: https://www.goemerald.ca/about-gunjan
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