Distinguished lecture: Co-designing ethical interventions in resource constrained environments
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|Date:||Tuesday 15 August 2017|
|Venue:||BA403, BA Building, Hawthorn Campus|
Paul Cunningham from the Society on Social Implications of Technology (SSIT) Chapter of the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) will present this distinguished lecture, entitled: Co-designing ethical interventions in resource constrained environments.
This lecture is presented by the Information Systems for Social Impact (IS4SI) Research Group.
Part of the Faculty of Business and Law, the IS4SI Research Group takes a systems thinking approach to explore problems faced by society and seeks to apply innovative technology and process-driven solutions to advance/assist/aid & empower individuals and communities. The group achieves this through collaborative partnerships with a wide range of individuals, communities, community-based organisations, organisations and governments; both locally and internationally.
The vision of the group is to enable positive social impact through the co-creation and responsible deployment of information systems.
Contact Information: Information Systems for Social Impact (IS4SI) Research Group