Tech Tonics: Our Favorite Bioethicist, Michelle Meyer

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Emerging technologies bring not just profound opportunities but also vexing ethical dilemmas, involving issues such as privacy, consent, and access.

Today’s guest, Michelle Meyer, is a bioethicist and legal scholar who seeks to bring clarity and structure to this important and ever-more-complicated space.

Whether discussing the ethics of A/B testing at Facebook, the roles and responsibilities of institutional review boards, or approaches to balancing of privacy and utility in medical data, Michelle brings a consistently independent voice to a conversation that desperately needs her clarity and insight.

This episode of Tech Tonics is sponsored by DNAnexus, the secure and compliant cloud platform that enables enterprise users to analyze, collaborate around, and integrate massive amounts of genetic and other health data.

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