Mark Vasquez
Mark A. Vasquez
http://www.ieee.org/ethics
IEEE TechEthics Program Manager IEEE
Joined OEC on 09/06/2018
Organizations
IEEE http://www.ieee.org/ethics IEEE Corporate Headquarters 3 Park Avenue, 17th Floor New York NY 10016-5997 United States Phone+1 212 419 7900 Emailcontactcenter@ieee.org
Biography
Mark is a Certified Association Executive (CAE) with over 25 years of experience in association management at IEEE. He currently serves as the program manager for IEEE TechEthics (techethics.ieee.org), a program that has been launched to drive conversations about the ethical and societal impacts of technology. In this capacity, he works to develop relationships with others in the technology ethics community, produces events, convenes thought leaders, and more. Mark is an engineering graduate of The Cooper Union.
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  • Mark Vasquez, IEEE, shared an update
    PostedWednesday, August 7, 2019 at 2:21 PM
    Join IEEE TechEthics on 20 August as we explore important questions at the intersection of actual reality and augmented reality. Register for this free virtual panel at: http://bit.ly/TechEthicsAug2019
  • Mark Vasquez, IEEE, shared an update
    PostedWednesday, July 3, 2019 at 12:40 PM

    What benefits and harms can computer security bring, either from its implementation or from a lack of it? In what ways can computer security cause harms or violate rights in addition to preventing and protecting them? Join IEEE TechEthics on 9 July as we address the ethical benefits and risks associated with cybersecurity technologies, processes, and practices. register for this free virtual panel at https://bit.ly/TechEthicsJuly2019.

  • Mark Vasquez, IEEE, shared an update
    PostedWednesday, May 22, 2019 at 11:27 AM
    Algorithms are in use all around us, every day. Online shopping. Job applications. Real estate transactions. Search results. Public safety. Social media. Digital photo albums. You name it, there’s probably an algorithm involved with it somehow. But how do algorithms reinforce societal biases? And how can this be addressed? Join IEEE TechEthics on 30 May as Erin Ledell, Cathy O'Neil and Mathana Stender delve into this issue. Register for free at http://bit.ly/TechEthics-May2019
    
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    Algorithms are in use all around us, every day. Online shopping. Job applications. Real estate transactions. Search results. Public safety. Social media. Digital photo albums. You name it, there’s probably an algorithm involved with it somehow. The ...
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