Algorithmic culture. Medicine, biotechnology, and ethics. Technology and autonomy. Surveillance and privacy. The human relationship with a changing environment. The technological advances and disruptive forces of the 21st century are urgent, complex, and vast.
At the Institute for Policy, Ethics, and Culture, computer scientists, environmental chemists, digital media and communication experts, public policy analysts, ethicists, philosophers, and engineers explore the policy implications, ethical considerations, and cultural significance of life in a connected world.