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Introduction to AI ethics (webinar recording)
Published on: April 20, 2023
Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools can be helpful when used well, but they are dangerous when used irresponsibly. AI ethics is the field that aims to understand and manage the opportunities and risks of using AI. This April 2023 talk by Ravit Dotan introduces the audience to prominent AI risks, the current state of AI ethics, the landscape of AI regulation worldwide, and what organizations should do to develop and use AI responsibly.
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Media Ethics Lab, St. Michael’s College, University of Toronto
Published on: April 9, 2022
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Ethics and Contemporary Social Issues: Immigration and Integration - the N4 program (webinar recording)
Published on: November 25, 2021
In this October 2021 webinar, speakers from the IWK Health Centre discussed the N4 Network and the N4-SPU Program, highlighting examples of how the Newcomer Navigation lens has applied to the different department roles within IWK, and illustrate resources available through N4 that clinicians can use.
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Dr. Lilie Chouliaraki - Face and the ethics of the refugee selfie (webinar recording)
Published on: November 6, 2021
Professor Lilie Chouliaraki (London School of Economics and Political Science) delivered this keynote address on April 14, 2021 as part of the UBC Centre for Migration Studies' "New Media Aesthetics of Migration" Virtual Workshop. In this keynote, she proposes a new understanding of the refugee selfie as moral practice.
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2021 Symposium on Intercultural Digital Ethics (webinar recording)
Published on: November 5, 2021
The Carr Center for Human Rights Policy's Nov 3-4, 2021 Symposium on Intercultural Digital Ethics brought together a range of cultural, social and structural perspectives on the ethical issues relating to digital information technologies, with the aim of broadening the approach of digital and AI ethics.
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What does an ethics of care mean for knowledge mobilization in migration contexts? (webinar recording)
Published on: November 29, 2020
In this webinar, the Refugee Research Network (RRN) explored the ways in which an ethics of care can complement dominant procedural ethics approaches to research and knowledge mobilization in migration contexts.
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The future of settlement work – thinking out loud - four years later, not much has changed
Published on: March 23, 2024
In this December 2018 video I thought out loud about the future of immigrant/refugee settlement work, but really human service more broadly. We've learned a lot since then. Experienced a lot. I thought it would be interesting to reshare this 2018 reflection now to see where we're at. And not much has changed.
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AI in Digital Equity: Time for a Community Conversation (webinar recording)
Published on: January 22, 2024
In this January 2024 webinar, the National Digital Inclusion Alliance (NDIA) brought their community together to host an AI and digital inclusion discussion. Topics included an overview of AI, generative AI, use cases for generative AI, risks and considerations, and resources to continue to educate yourself.
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Standards for Technology in Social Work Practice (2017)
Published on: November 7, 2023
Standards for Technology in Social Work Practice was issued to address the intersections of professional social work practice and technology. While a U.S. document, it is very applicable to the Canadian context, including the work Immigrant and Refugee-serving organizations do.
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