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As lawyers for cities and counties push a plan for a nationwide settlement of opioid lawsuits, states push back, saying they should lead the way.
MIT has apologized for and removed a machine-learning dataset after researchers found it had misogynistic and racist tendencies #bioethics #AI https://t.co/o5WOMLyqEf
Bioethics.netBlogs @CraigKlugman writes, "In late June, to further help her city and social media followers understand why wearing a mask is so important, Austin made a video of recording of her intubation" https://t.co/tfzFHu5WbL
As society begins to reopen, many institutions & businesses are crafting waivers of legal liability, but "the social and ethical purposes of liability waivers are not applicable to a pandemic." @ArthurCaplan @parent_brendan #bioethics https://t.co/o8DyPeC2H1
Blogs Dr. Kei Mukohara writes, "To preserve integrity and well-intendedness of COVIREGI-JP and the FOS, the protocols should be modified and informed consent from individual patients to study participation should be obtained." https://t.co/5e0vpXziYi