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With Victoria McCullough (Dir. Social Impact & Public Policy, Tumblr), Natalia Domagala (Data Policy & Ethics, Dept For Digital, Culture, Media & Sport), Michelle Cortese (VR Designer Oculus, Facebook), Cennydd Bowles (Author, Future Ethics), Linnette Attai (Founder, PlayWell), Tracy Dennis (Prof. Neuroscience, CUNY).
Saturday, November 09, 2019 at 09:00 AM   Not Known
Thoughtworks, Madison Ave


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