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Extended Reality (XR) Ethics
Extended Reality (or short, XR) is the umbrella term for Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality technologies. Augmented or immersive experiences raise critical issues of identity and physical and psychological integrity, and serve as focal lenses for essential ethical conundrums of digital technology in general. What can we learn about the human condition in XR? How can we create XR experiences that are conscious and inclusive? And specifically, what are the ethical frameworks we need to develop to that effect?

Join a special Living Room Session hosted by the House of Beautiful Business in partnership with IEEE, featuring journalist, historian, and podcast host Kent Bye; Monique Morrow, the president and co-founder of Humanized Internet, a non-profit with a focus on digital identity and ethics in technology; and tech ethicist Mathana.

Hosted by Monika Jiang, Tim Leberecht, and John C. Havens, executive director of The IEEE Global Initiative on Ethics of Autonomous and Intelligent Systems.
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