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Nita A. Farahany

AI in the Admin State | AI and Biomedical Resource Creation, Biopharmaceuticals and Digital Health

Moderators: Nita Farahany, Duke Law School, Duke Initiative for Science & Society
Arti Rai, Duke Law School, The Center for Innovation Policy at Duke Law

Sameer Antani, NIH/U.S. National Library of Medicine
John Daley, IBM Watson Health
Julie Anderson Daughtry, IBM Watson Health
Nicholson Price, Michigan Law

L&CP Symposium 2005 | Behavioral Genetics in Context, Panel 1

Session 1: Behavioral Genetics in Context Featuring Brent Garland and Owen Jones.

Recorded on April 08, 2005.

Panel titled: Behavioral Genetics in Context.

Conference title: Law & Contemporary Problems Symposium: The Impact of Behavioral Genetics on Criminal Law (Law and Contemporary Problems Symposium (2005))

Appearing: Katherine T. Bartlett (Duke Law School), Nita A. Farahany (Duke Law School), introductions; Owen Jones (Vanderbilt University), Brent Garland (Senior Program Associate, AAAS), speakers.

L&CP Symposium 2005 | Behaviorial Genetics and Criminal Responsibility, Panel 3

Session 3: Behavioral Genetics and Criminal Responsibility Featuring Stephen Morse

Recorded on April 08, 2005.

Panel titled: Behaviorial Genetics & Criminal Responsibility.

Conference title: Law & Contemporary Problems Symposium: The Impact of Behavioral Genetics on Criminal Law (Law and Contemporary Problems Symposium (2005))

Appearing: Nita A. Farahany (Duke Law School), introducer; Stephen Morse (Professor-University of Pennsylvania) speaker.

LENS Conference 2016 | Nita Farahany, Neuroscience Goes to War: Hybrid Soldiers & More

Speaker: Professor Nita Farahany, Duke Law School

Duke's Center on Law, Ethics and National Security (LENS) held its annual national security conference on February 26-27, 2016 at Duke Law School. The 2016 LENS conference, titled "Hybrid Threats = Hybrid Law?", will examine how technology, science, and societal changes have affected the nature of war, created new fields of conflict, and necessitated new ways of thinking about the legal architecture affecting 21st century threats.