Feb 3

Algorithm Bound: Promethean Thoughts about the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Thu, February 3, 2022 • 4:00pm - 5:00pm (1h) • Weitz Cinema
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Humanities and Technology - Patricia Williams

Patricia Williams is the University Distinguished Professor of Law and Humanities at Northeastern University and director of Law, Technology and Ethics Initiatives in the School of Law and the College of Social Sciences and Humanities. She is published widely in the areas of race, gender, and law, and on other issues of legal theory and legal writing. Her books include The Alchemy of Race and RightsThe Rooster's Egg; and Seeing a ColorBlind Future: The Paradox of Race. Williams has also been a columnist for The Nation.

Professor Williams will be presenting remotely.  On campus attendees will be in the Weitz cinema.  Alumni attendees must register for the Zoom webinar.  The link is forthcoming.

This event is sponsored by the Humanities Center, Computer Science, and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

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Event Contact: Mary Drew

Event Summary

Algorithm Bound: Promethean Thoughts about the Fourth Industrial Revolution
  • When
    • Thursday, February 3, 2022
    • 4:00pm - 5:00pm (1h)
  • Where
    • Weitz Cinema
  • Mode
    • Hybrid
  • Event Contact
  • Intended For: General Public, Students, Faculty, Staff
  • Categories: Lecture/Panel

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