PCST Notre Dame University Symposium, United States

9-11 July 2024, Indiana, United States

Civic Science and Ethics in the Age of AI: Building Trust

This symposium aims to bridge the widening gaps between academia and the public when it comes to the public understanding of science. It brings together many stakeholders to explore innovative strategies for effective science communication and public engagement. The symposium will cover various aspects of civic science such as fostering dialogue, improving accessibility and inclusivity, enhancing science literacy, and building trust between scientists and the public. By sharing experiences, best practices, and cutting-edge research, the symposium aims to foster collaboration and develop actionable strategies to bridge the gaps between the public and academia in the public understanding of science.

From 9 to 11 July 2024, we will learn about building trust with audiences in the age of AI. Through a variety of keynote speakers, interactive workshops, poster sessions, and scientific art displays, participants will learn about the science behind better communicating science with different audiences. Participants will take away practical ideas for broader impacts of their research as well as how to communicate science with a variety of audiences.

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Call for proposals – closes 31 March 2024