The Centre for Ethics and Law holds Think Tanks in collaboration with our supporters. These events tend to be held twice per year and are by invitation only, to enable a thorough and open discussion about the issue under debate.
The Think Tank series involves a selection of real-life case studies on dilemmas currently facing companies, which lie at the interface between ethics and regulatory compliance. The debates provided a forum to identify, share and enhance best practice ethical decision making by bringing industry and academic thought leaders, along with current UCL students, to engage in a challenging exchange of ideas.
An issue is presented for debate in the context of a case study from which insights and materials are then further developed for distribution to wider business, academic and student audiences to work with as part of their educational development.
- Regulating ethics: A question of DNA?
- Humans vs robots: Where are the limits of what an autonomous system should do?
- Conflicts of interest: A mere governance challenge or a moral maze?
- Autonomous systems
- Health literacy and provision of information by pharmaceutical companies on prescription medicine
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