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CATV Ethics & Policy Workshop: Workforce Impacts

Integrative Data Science InitiativePurdue Policy Research Institute
February 7, 2019
11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Purdue Memorial Union (PMU), East & West Faculty Lounges


PPRI CATV Ethics & Policy Workshop Series

Workshop 4: Workforce Impacts calls for participants to answer the questions:

What do we currently know about the impacts of CATV implementation on the workforce?

What do we still need to know?

What are potential ethical and societal implications?

How can policy support innovation that serves the public good?

Discovery Park’s Purdue Policy Research Institute (PPRI), along with the Howard Baker Forum, hosted a roundtable discussion at the U.S. Capitol with policymakers, industry leaders, academics, and other stakeholders to talk about the complex issues surrounding connected and autonomous transportation vehicles (CATV). The four areas identified to be of most concern are: (1) Security, Cybersecurity, and Infrastructure; (2) Human Takeover and Safety; (3) Ethics in Algorithms; and (4) Workforce Impacts.

This is the fourth in a series of four workshops which PPRI is hosting to address each of these four areas of concern. Each workshop will produce a report to be shared with workshop participants and the interested parties from the U.S Capitol roundtable.

CATV Ethics & Policy Workshop 4: Workforce Impacts


Shelia Cotten | Professor, Media and Information - Michigan State University | expert: social impacts of technology use, emerging technologies   

Barrett Caldwell | Professor, Industrial Engineering - Purdue University | expert: human factors and team performance in complex task environments   

Maya Rockeymoore | President and CEO - Global Policy Solutions | expert: health, social insurance, income security, education, women’s issues

Tyler Reeb | Director, Research and Workforce Development - Center for International Trade & Transportation | expert: new mobility workforce, transformational technology, institutional change, organizational management, and transportation systems management operations                                                    

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC - Participants will engage in discussions on the ethics and potential policy implications surrounding CATV impacts on the workforce. To address the issues holistically, participants are needed from a wide variety of fields within and beyond academia. For the most meaningful experience possible, please plan to attend the entire workshop from 11:00am - 4:00pm.

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