Albert Einstein famously said: “Relativity applies to physics, not ethics,” and nowhere was this mindset more echoed than in the Next Generation Ethics Conference, a March 30, 2018 USC summit surveying the new webs of ethical dilemmas spun by explosions in innovation across disciplines.
Why a next generation?
“Because our world is dealing with ethical questions we haven’t grappled with before,” said Ali Abbas, professor of industrial and systems engineering and public policy, , who organized the conference and directs the Neely Center for Ethical Leadership and Decision Making at USC.
A national research center housed in three schools: the USC Viterbi School of Engineering, the USC Marshall School of Business, and the USC Price School of Public Policy, the Neely Center’s mission is to inspire and develop leaders dedicated to making effective, ethical and legal decisions. Read More