Video Archive

Varun Soni is USC Dean of Dean of Religious Life. To view his presentation at the Neely Center's Next Generation Ethics Conference please click on the video above.

Ted Braun is the Joseph Campbell Endowed Chair in Cinematic Ethics at USC. To view his presentation on Cinematic Ethics at the Neely Center's Next Generation Ethics conference click on the video above.

The Neely Center Student Competition Towards an Ethically Sensitive Society is open to all USC students. Click on the video link to watch some of the students who entered the 2018 competition discuss their topics.

The DECIDE Next Generation Ethics symposium featured a host of leading experts from academia and industry discussing ethical dilemmas we will face in the near future.

In this DECIDE interview, Ali Abbas and George Bekey reflect on recent advancements in robotics and artificial intelligence, and discuss their ethical implications.

Ali Abbas, director of the USC Center for Interdisciplinary Decisions and Ethics (DECIDE) talks to Carl Spetzler the CEO and Chairman, Strategic Decisions Group; and, Program Director, Stanford Strategic Decision and Risk Management Certificate...

The University of Southern California Center for Interdisciplinary Decisions and Ethics (DECIDE) offers a range of courses that provide cutting-edge tools and techniques to improve personal and professional skills in leadership, ethics,...

The mission of the University of Southern California Center for Interdisciplinary Decisions and Ethics (DECIDE) is to enhance the research, education, and practice of decision making on a personal, societal, and public policy level and to...

Ali Abbas, director of the USC Center for Interdisciplinary Decisions and Ethics (DECIDE) talks to Microsoft Technical Fellow Eric Horvitz about decision-making and the ethics of artificial intelligence.

DECIDE Director Ali Abbas discussed the need for a sound decision-making system in systems analysis at the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) conference in celebration of Howard Raiffa.

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