Have you ever thought about how as technology advances, devices and services we use might have biases just like us? Have you ever wanted to explore how the technological design of things like phones, apps, or even systems like the criminal justice system, have been designed without thoughtful consideration of societal implications?
If you have, then meet us at the intersection of humankind + technology as we investigate the history and policy of social sciences and technology, explore emerging technologies through an ethical lens, and be future oriented in ways we can develop, intervene, and create a just future for all through tech.
Tues/Thurs: 2-3:20 PM Siebel Center for Design
Instructor: Julie Munoz-Najar MSW, LSW, Clinical Assistant Professor