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Ethics of Big Data in practice: Inside an Ethics Committee

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During Lent Term the Ethics of Big Data group has explored the challenges of applying ethical reasoning in different contexts connected with Big Data research.

The term’s programme will finish with a public session on 9 March where an invited panel of experts from a range of different disciplines will be invited to consider a ‘mock’ research proposal which brings together a variety of the challenges from the real life case studies and present their reasoning to the audience for discussion.

Participants will be invited to discuss the research proposal and to explore the process of ethical decision making with the panel.

This talk is part of the Ethics of Big Data series.

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