Tian Family Endowed Lecture Series

APRIL 24, 2023

The Ethics of Emerging AI Assistant Devices|Dr. Cody Turner '13

Crawford Lecture Hall | 7:00 PM

Dr. Cody Turner ’13 is a postdoctoral research fellow at the Notre Dame Technology Ethics Center. He earned a PhD in philosophy from the University of Connecticut in 2022, after completing his BA in philosophy from the College of William & Mary. Dr. Turner’s work focuses on how emerging wearable and implantable AI cognitive assistant devices—such as smartwatches, smart glasses, smart contact lenses, and neural implants—are poised to affect the mind from a metaphysical, ethical, and epistemological perspective.

Cody Turner '13 is joined by Dean of Faculty Clay Splawn and Advanced Math/Science Research program director Dr. April Burch.

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About the Tian Family Endowed Lecture Series

Established in 2018 by Trustee Jane Yue and Joe Tian P’19, in concert with the Berkshire School Endowment for AMSR and AI, the Tian Family Endowed Lecture Series for AMSR and AI provides funds to cover travel and honoraria for researchers and industry leaders who will visit campus to share their expertise with students and the wider campus community.