Call for Student Posters
First Prize: $500 / Second Prize: $250
All degree seeking students of any level and discipline may participate
Topics: Any topic relating to the governance of emerging technologies is eligible, even if that topic is not part of the conference program. Examples of topics that have been/will be focused on can be found on the current and past conference websites
No written paper is required nor expected
Participants are NOT required to be present to win prizes, though we highly encourage students to attend to present their work
Poster presenters are invited to attend the entire conference, and will receive complimentary conference registration (including all sessions, materials, and meals). The poster reception will be the evening of Thursday, May 19.
In recent years discussions have covered the broadest possible range of technologies and scientific study, including:
Nanotechnology, artificial intelligence, robotics, autonomous vehicles, the internet of things, human-machine interfaces, neuroscience, synthetic biology, genomics, personalized medicine, telemedicine, human enhancement, gene editing, surveillance, national security, virtual and augmented reality, blockchain, autonomous weapon systems, and so on.
The conference is premised on the belief that there is much to be learned and shared from and across the governance experience and proposals for these various emerging technologies.
Contact Elis at Elis.Legler@asu.edu for more information.