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Mini Medical School explores the evolving role of AI in health care

The Mini Medical School at the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine will focus on the use of artificial intelligence in health care and its implications on patient care, ethics, privacy, and accessibility. Illustration by Adobe.

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Symposium on the Human-Centered Future of Work

In partnership with the Department of Economics and the Kohl Center, AAEC.

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Julie Rose Speaks on the Political Theory of Work and Leisure

The talk is co-sponsored by the newly formed Center for Future Work Places and Practices at Virginia Tech.

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Center for Future Work Places and Practices

The newly formed Virginia Tech Center for Future Work Places and Practices will use transdisciplinary research related to the design, development, and deployment of future work spaces, processes, and domains, with an emphasis on human-centered approaches, to focus on the individual and the broader workplace.

In research areas and education opportunities, the center will emphasize transdisciplinary expertise at the intersection of domains such as technology, design, policy, and economics. For example, the center will provide frameworks for a new social contract for work that enables people to obtain a living income, engage in meaningful and safe work, have a healthy work-life balance, and steward environmental resources.


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