Friday, January 20, 2017

Vivien Hartin, a Junior at Ursuline Academy of Dallas, will be presenting her paper “Making and Manufacturing: the Ethical Implications of Artificial Life” at the 2017 Frankenstein Colloquium

Vivien Hartin, Class of 2018
Vivien Hartin is a junior at Ursuline Academy of Dallas. She is a member of the National English Honor Society and the National Honor Society. She spends her time reading, playing the piano, and volunteering at Sunset Retirement Home. Vivien enjoys discussing ethics and philosophy, especially where technological advancements are concerned. She first became interested in Artificial intelligence after reading about the uncanny valley and discovering the process of animation in her digital graphics class.

Vivien will be reading her paper “Making and Manufacturing…” during the 2nd block in Session D, called “Science and Ethics.”  Her presentation will take place in the middle school Black Box Theatre on the 2nd floor of the Fine Arts building.





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