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  • Climate of Uncertainty: Civil Scenarios for Decision Making | ASU in Washington D.C.
    Congressional Delegation ASU s Congressional Priorities Congressional District Map Services for ASU Faculty and Staff Federal Lobbying Disclosure Act Lobbying Disclosure Form U S Presidents and Cabinet Visits Events News Upcoming Events Events Archive News Videos Facilities ASU Washington Center Decision Theater Washington D C McCain Institute for International Leadership Hosting an ASU Event in D C Temporary Office Space in Washington D C About Faculty and Staff Directory Services for Faculty and Staff Visitor Information Contact Us ASU in DC s Latest Tweets Back to all videos Climate of Uncertainty Civil Scenarios for Decision Making Wicked problems like climate change stress both our ordinary sense making capacities and our most sophisticated policy tools While there is overwhelming consensus in the climate science community that human induced climate change is under way the specific rates and degrees of change as well as the distribution of impacts are still at best incompletely understood Uncertainty presents not only scientific challenges but social political and economic quandaries as well The normal uncertainty that is part of emerging scientific understandings is being used to question the integrity of the science and challenging the role of science in public life How do citizens and policymakers prepare for climate change in the face of both the uncertainties of local and regional impact and a political climate that challenges the very role of science in public life We will delve into a case study of a project conducted in cooperation with the City of Saint Paul to develop scenarios with a diverse range of stakeholders to help them think through the varied plausible implications of climate change This project is a unique collaboration between CSPO and the Science Museum of Minnesota two entities joined by a commitment to civic dialogue and the need for science policy to

    Original URL path: https://washingtondc.asu.edu/video/climate-of-uncertainty-civil-scenarios-for-decision-making (2016-04-29)
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  • Has the US Ceded Its Lead in Science and Technology? | ASU in Washington D.C.
    program Futurography Intern Housing in Washington D C Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders McCain Institute for International Leadership Internship Program Next Generation Leaders Program Policy Science Technology Society Scholars Program Rule of Law and Governance Program School of Social and Behavioral Sciences Washington Internships Science Diplomacy and Leadership Program Science Outside the Lab Washington Policy Design Studio National Policy Affairs About National Policy Affairs Arizona s Congressional Delegation ASU s Congressional Priorities Congressional District Map Services for ASU Faculty and Staff Federal Lobbying Disclosure Act Lobbying Disclosure Form U S Presidents and Cabinet Visits Events News Upcoming Events Events Archive News Videos Facilities ASU Washington Center Decision Theater Washington D C McCain Institute for International Leadership Hosting an ASU Event in D C Temporary Office Space in Washington D C About Faculty and Staff Directory Services for Faculty and Staff Visitor Information Contact Us ASU in DC s Latest Tweets Back to all videos Has the US Ceded Its Lead in Science and Technology The above video link takes you to http forum asu edu forum dc science and technology There have been numerous reports and dialogs in recent years on the United States shifting position as a leader in science technology and engineering Yet our true status as a global leader at present and in the future remains unclear Some have argued that we have already lost our edge while others suggest our situation is not as bad as it seems What must we do now to ensure that we retain our position as a global leader in science and tech in an increasingly competitive sphere Featuring Jeffrey Selingo Editor at Large Chronicle of Higher Education Patrick Gallagher Director National Institute of Standards and Technology Jeniffer Harper Taylor President Siemens Foundation Freeman A Hrabowski III President University

    Original URL path: https://washingtondc.asu.edu/video/has-the-us-ceded-its-lead-in-science-and-technology (2016-04-29)
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  • What Will Turn Us On in 2030? Competing With Fossil Fuels to Power the Future | ASU in Washington D.C.
    Issues in Science and Technology McCain Institute for International Leadership Melikian Center Language Training Center National Affiliations National Capital Chapter ASU Alumni Association National Policy Affairs New America Partnership University Innovation Alliance What It Means To Be American Education Opportunities Academy for Innovative Higher Education Leadership ASU Online Business and Public Policy Residency Program Capital Scholars Program Continuing Education Cronkite News Washington Bureau DC Legal Extension Program Executive Master of Public Administration program Futurography Intern Housing in Washington D C Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders McCain Institute for International Leadership Internship Program Next Generation Leaders Program Policy Science Technology Society Scholars Program Rule of Law and Governance Program School of Social and Behavioral Sciences Washington Internships Science Diplomacy and Leadership Program Science Outside the Lab Washington Policy Design Studio National Policy Affairs About National Policy Affairs Arizona s Congressional Delegation ASU s Congressional Priorities Congressional District Map Services for ASU Faculty and Staff Federal Lobbying Disclosure Act Lobbying Disclosure Form U S Presidents and Cabinet Visits Events News Upcoming Events Events Archive News Videos Facilities ASU Washington Center Decision Theater Washington D C McCain Institute for International Leadership Hosting an ASU Event in D C Temporary Office Space in Washington D C About Faculty and Staff Directory Services for Faculty and Staff Visitor Information Contact Us ASU in DC s Latest Tweets Back to all videos What Will Turn Us On in 2030 Competing With Fossil Fuels to Power the Future In this keynote discussion the speakers discuss the importance of exploring all our energy options Featuring Craig Venter founder Celera Genomics The Institute for Genomic Research and the J Craig Venter Institute Steve Coll President and CEO New America Foundation What Is Solar Energy featuring Gary Dirks Director Arizona State University Global Institute of Sustainability Former President

    Original URL path: https://washingtondc.asu.edu/video/what-will-turn-us-on-in-2030-competing-with-fossil-fuels-to-power-the-future (2016-04-29)
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  • Detection and Treatment of Concussions in Student Athletes | ASU in Washington D.C.
    Education Leadership ASU Online Business and Public Policy Residency Program Capital Scholars Program Continuing Education Cronkite News Washington Bureau DC Legal Extension Program Executive Master of Public Administration program Futurography Intern Housing in Washington D C Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders McCain Institute for International Leadership Internship Program Next Generation Leaders Program Policy Science Technology Society Scholars Program Rule of Law and Governance Program School of Social and Behavioral Sciences Washington Internships Science Diplomacy and Leadership Program Science Outside the Lab Washington Policy Design Studio National Policy Affairs About National Policy Affairs Arizona s Congressional Delegation ASU s Congressional Priorities Congressional District Map Services for ASU Faculty and Staff Federal Lobbying Disclosure Act Lobbying Disclosure Form U S Presidents and Cabinet Visits Events News Upcoming Events Events Archive News Videos Facilities ASU Washington Center Decision Theater Washington D C McCain Institute for International Leadership Hosting an ASU Event in D C Temporary Office Space in Washington D C About Faculty and Staff Directory Services for Faculty and Staff Visitor Information Contact Us ASU in DC s Latest Tweets Back to all videos Detection and Treatment of Concussions in Student Athletes The above video link takes you to http www c span org video 302174 1 detection treatment concussions student athletes Witnesses testified on concussions suffered by student athletes Among the topics addressed were returning to play too soon after injury diagnosis of concussions protective equipment and the need for more awareness of the seriousness of concussions Student athletes also talked about their personal experiences following their concussions Featuring Alexis Bell Student University of New Mexico John Boozman U S Senator R Arkansas Amy Klobuchar U S Senator D Minnesota Jeffrey Kutcher Director Michigan NeuroSport Ann McKee Associate Professor Boston University School of Medicine Mike Oliver Executive Director National

    Original URL path: https://washingtondc.asu.edu/video/detection-and-treatment-of-concussions-in-student-athletes (2016-04-29)
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  • Will Robots Steal Your Job? | ASU in Washington D.C.
    Administration program Futurography Intern Housing in Washington D C Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders McCain Institute for International Leadership Internship Program Next Generation Leaders Program Policy Science Technology Society Scholars Program Rule of Law and Governance Program School of Social and Behavioral Sciences Washington Internships Science Diplomacy and Leadership Program Science Outside the Lab Washington Policy Design Studio National Policy Affairs About National Policy Affairs Arizona s Congressional Delegation ASU s Congressional Priorities Congressional District Map Services for ASU Faculty and Staff Federal Lobbying Disclosure Act Lobbying Disclosure Form U S Presidents and Cabinet Visits Events News Upcoming Events Events Archive News Videos Facilities ASU Washington Center Decision Theater Washington D C McCain Institute for International Leadership Hosting an ASU Event in D C Temporary Office Space in Washington D C About Faculty and Staff Directory Services for Faculty and Staff Visitor Information Contact Us ASU in DC s Latest Tweets Back to all videos Will Robots Steal Your Job Robots and computers have made astonishing progress at acquiring what we ve long considered fundamentally human capabilities Machines are beginning to understand language They can listen they can speak they can read and they may even be able to write They re getting better at visual pattern recognition computers can tell the difference between your face and your dad s face and they may be able to look at a biopsy slide and tell the difference between a cancerous cell and a healthy one Computers might even be able to reason the way humans can Perhaps they ll soon sit in judgment when you appeal your traffic ticket We ve seen robots take over many jobs that require routine activities and manual labor but what impact will they have on high skilled workers including medical professionals lawyers scientists

    Original URL path: https://washingtondc.asu.edu/video/will-robots-steal-your-job (2016-04-29)
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  • Is Our Techo-Human Marriage in Need of Counseling? | ASU in Washington D.C.
    Education Leadership ASU Online Business and Public Policy Residency Program Capital Scholars Program Continuing Education Cronkite News Washington Bureau DC Legal Extension Program Executive Master of Public Administration program Futurography Intern Housing in Washington D C Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders McCain Institute for International Leadership Internship Program Next Generation Leaders Program Policy Science Technology Society Scholars Program Rule of Law and Governance Program School of Social and Behavioral Sciences Washington Internships Science Diplomacy and Leadership Program Science Outside the Lab Washington Policy Design Studio National Policy Affairs About National Policy Affairs Arizona s Congressional Delegation ASU s Congressional Priorities Congressional District Map Services for ASU Faculty and Staff Federal Lobbying Disclosure Act Lobbying Disclosure Form U S Presidents and Cabinet Visits Events News Upcoming Events Events Archive News Videos Facilities ASU Washington Center Decision Theater Washington D C McCain Institute for International Leadership Hosting an ASU Event in D C Temporary Office Space in Washington D C About Faculty and Staff Directory Services for Faculty and Staff Visitor Information Contact Us ASU in DC s Latest Tweets Back to all videos Is Our Techo Human Marriage in Need of Counseling Humans have had a complex relationship with technologies since prehistoric times when tool making and meat eating coincided with brain development and greater social complexity Nowadays in this age of enhanced body parts and neurochemical mood modulators humans are flirting with using technologies to transform ourselves from the inside out as well as the entire planet The boundaries between human and technology are eroding rendering concepts such as natural and artificial increasingly obsolete During this Future Tense event they discussed what a proper techno human relationship should look like going forward one that preserves our human and humanistic essence in this age of complexity and technological determinism

    Original URL path: https://washingtondc.asu.edu/video/is-our-techo-human-marriage-in-need-of-counseling (2016-04-29)
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  • How to Ignite, or Quash, a Revolution in 140 Characters or Less - The Promise and Limitations of New Technologies in Spreading Democracy | ASU in Washington D.C.
    Policy Design Studio National Policy Affairs About National Policy Affairs Arizona s Congressional Delegation ASU s Congressional Priorities Congressional District Map Services for ASU Faculty and Staff Federal Lobbying Disclosure Act Lobbying Disclosure Form U S Presidents and Cabinet Visits Events News Upcoming Events Events Archive News Videos Facilities ASU Washington Center Decision Theater Washington D C McCain Institute for International Leadership Hosting an ASU Event in D C Temporary Office Space in Washington D C About Faculty and Staff Directory Services for Faculty and Staff Visitor Information Contact Us ASU in DC s Latest Tweets Back to all videos How to Ignite or Quash a Revolution in 140 Characters or Less The Promise and Limitations of New Technologies in Spreading Democracy Do the Internet and social media empower Big Brother or individuals in autocratic regimes or do they offer a rare level playing field This year s Arab Spring resurrected exuberant claims for the role of new technologies in spreading democracy At the same time self proclaimed cyber realists were quick to point out that President Mubarak s problems seemed to grow after he unplugged the Internet Now summer s deadly stalemate in Syria has given pause to anyone peddling absolute theories about the interplay between new information technologies and revolution If not a panacea how can social media and the Internet be deployed to maximize civic engagement in autocratic societies Does the U S policy of supporting Internet freedom amount to a policy of regime change in some countries When Big Brother does unplug the Internet what can or should the rest of us do about it Panel 1 Reflecting on the Tunisian Hair Trigger featuring Sami Ben Gharbia Co founder nawaat org Advocacy Director Global Voices Steve Coll President New America Foundation Panel 2 Internet Freedom and

    Original URL path: https://washingtondc.asu.edu/video/how-to-ignite-or-quash-a-revolution-in-140-characters-or-less-the-promise-and-limitations-of (2016-04-29)
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  • Social, Economic, and Political Division | ASU in Washington D.C.
    Education Opportunities Academy for Innovative Higher Education Leadership ASU Online Business and Public Policy Residency Program Capital Scholars Program Continuing Education Cronkite News Washington Bureau DC Legal Extension Program Executive Master of Public Administration program Futurography Intern Housing in Washington D C Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders McCain Institute for International Leadership Internship Program Next Generation Leaders Program Policy Science Technology Society Scholars Program Rule of Law and Governance Program School of Social and Behavioral Sciences Washington Internships Science Diplomacy and Leadership Program Science Outside the Lab Washington Policy Design Studio National Policy Affairs About National Policy Affairs Arizona s Congressional Delegation ASU s Congressional Priorities Congressional District Map Services for ASU Faculty and Staff Federal Lobbying Disclosure Act Lobbying Disclosure Form U S Presidents and Cabinet Visits Events News Upcoming Events Events Archive News Videos Facilities ASU Washington Center Decision Theater Washington D C McCain Institute for International Leadership Hosting an ASU Event in D C Temporary Office Space in Washington D C About Faculty and Staff Directory Services for Faculty and Staff Visitor Information Contact Us ASU in DC s Latest Tweets Back to all videos Social Economic and Political Division The above video link takes you to http www c span org video 300006 1 social economic political division Authors political scientists and sociologists talked about the issues that divide and separate Americans Topics debated include immigration poverty and race Featuring Bill Bishop Staff Writer Former Austin American Statesman Special Projects Michael M Crow President Arizona State University James Gimpel Professor University of Maryland College Park Government Tamar Jacoby President and CEO ImmigrationWorks USA Thomas Jimenez Professor Stanford University Sociology Randall L Kennedy Professor Harvard University Law School Jennifer Lee Professor University of California Irvine Sociology Michael Lind Policy Director New America Foundation Economic Growth

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