How Tech Will Mitigate the Next Pandemic

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How Tech Will Mitigate the Next Pandemic

Pandemics, progress and privacy: what role will tech play?
In a world forever changed by the challenges of recent pandemics, delve into the intersection of technology, pandemic preparedness, and responsible citizenship. Join our panel of experts as they explore how cutting-edge technology is poised to play a pivotal role in mitigating the impact of future outbreaks.
Discover how innovative solutions, from vaccines for drug-resistant pathogens to health surveillance and AI platforms, will reshape our ability to respond to the next global health crisis. Explore the promise of these technologies, as we consider the ethical and equity considerations of their implementation, from privacy to data sharing.
Beyond technology, we'll also examine what it will mean to be a good citizen in this new pandemic-aware world. How will technology allow individuals and communities to contribute to the collective well-being, and what responsibilities do we bear in safeguarding our future?
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WED, OCT 18, 2023
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM

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