Ethics in Augmented Reality

Presented at ONA19
September 11, 2019
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As augmented reality becomes more commonplace in newsroom storytelling, questions about how to ethically capture and recreate places, objects or events gain salience. Join this immersive session for a robust discussion of ethical norms related to privacy, ownership, representation and reconstruction in AR.

This session is designed for:

  • Leaders who could make use of a four-point scan to evaluate potential ethical issues
  • Newsrooms interested in building a framework for production and distribution of AR
  • Anyone seeking a serious conversation about the ethical use of technology

Recent work by Ethics in AR panelists:


Featuring

Mia Tramz
Editorial Director, Enterprise + Immersive Experiences, TIME
Brooke Van Dam
Director of Partnerships and Education, SeeBoundless
Jeremy Gilbert
Director of Strategic Initiatives, The Washington Post
Steven Johnson
Founder/CEO, SeeBoundless
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