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      Harris Lecture: Automating Humanity in Lincoln

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      November 22, 2019


      1800 N. 33rd, ,
      Lincoln, Nebraska 68501

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      Harris Lecture: Automating Humanity

      Tune in to a conversation with Joe Toscano titled “Automating Humanity,” as he discusses how technology can be used to better our experiences when we increase tech literacy opportunities for ourselves and others.

      Toscano, a graduate of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, is a former experience design consultant for Google and founder of Better Ethics and Consumer Outcomes Network. He is the author of the book Automating Humanity.

      The University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Harris Lecture Series is designed to bring international business experts to campus to engage students, faculty, business members and the community. The series is an ongoing discussion and examination of major policy issues that affect the relationship between business and community, as well as business and government in today’s economy.

      Categories: Education | University & Alumni

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