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Explore the ways AI could create new jobs, complement others, or make some obsolete.
Will A.I. be able to mirror, or even surpass, human intelligence? Our expert panelists discussed these questions in our April Town Hall.
Learn about the current challenges in our food system, how food policies are determined, and how you can contribute to a solution.
Celebrate Earth Day as we highlight our Go Carbon Neutral! Challenge finalists and discuss carbon neutral transportation systems.
Join our virtual Town Hall and add your voice to the discussion about what the “new normal” might look like in a world transformed by COVID.
Weigh in on the critical decisions society faces as the vaccination rollout continues in our second in a series of three virtual Town Halls.
Who’s calling the shots? Experts discuss the who and how of vaccine distribution then smaller groups can share concerns and questions.
Join us in a conversation about the importance of messages and trusted messengers in building wide-scale confidence in COVID-19 vaccines.
What can we learn from the two eras to help save lives, improve health care, combat discrimination, and build a better world?
Experts discuss issues such as the strains to our health care system, economic repercussions, and the looming public housing emergency.
How can you impact the future of your neighborhood? Join this conversation with neighborhood planners to share your thoughts and learn more.
Discuss the social, economic, and environmental impacts of sea level rise in small virtual groups during this interactive program.
Join in this timely conversation about health equity and food security with health care professionals, food security advocates, and others.
The Museum of Science and GBH have convened a panel of experts to discuss the relationship between scientists, doctors, and policy makers.
Participate in this free, community-wide conversation about the ways that COVID-19 has disproportionately impacted underserved communities.
Noted scientists, educators, architects, psychologists, and artists share cutting-edge technologies and more during this dynamic discussion.
Biotechnology applies engineering practices to biological systems. Learn about the past, present, and future of this rapidly evolving field.
Hear from local experts about the housing challenges facing Boston, then submit your opinions as you explore housing options.
Learn how climate change affects our infrastructures, our ecosystems, and our relationships, plus see how Boston is building resilience.
This virtual training and informational opportunity is for families, teachers, and professionals. Get involved in science from your home!
On March 8, we hosted a free, community-wide town hall to discuss the latest details around the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Join Lord Browne, Tad Friend, and Marcelo Gleiser to explore how progress and innovation affects, and potentially impinges on, our humanity.
Our Forum team facilitated a national conversation on human genome editing at 29 US science centers.
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