DATAETHICS is a transnational project, which aims at updating the conceptual and ethical considerations that arise from Biomedical Big Data (BBD) collection and use. Implemented over three years by the Eurolife consortium, supported by an Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership grant, the project enables a shared understanding and a common vision on BBD across Europe.
Four semi-annual DATAETHICS Summer and Winter Schools, preceded by the DATAETHICS Pilot School lie at the heart of the project’s broad, open, transcultural and interdisciplinary implementation approach. The Schools are further augmented by students’ partaking in virtual collaborative exercises focusing on case studies. These activities are enhanced by VaKE, which create a sense of student-teacher mutual responsibility in the project and encourage equal dialogue “empowering” students to fully engage with the project.
DATAETHICS schools bring improved and durable availability of training with real-life examples, which allow acquisition of the breadth and depth of skills and knowledge that students and teachers currently need in the life sciences. Through DATAETHICS Schools, we further design, develop and implement an innovative on-line training package. The e-courses will be engaging through the mix spurts of text, audio, webinars, discussion boards and hands-on exercises and will actualize the content to mirror the technological advancements incorporating cultural, legal and social differences.
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Big Data, Big Implications: The Ethics of Artificial Intelligence in Biomedicine