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To be confident in your ability to take an effective and ethical shot in the field, you’ll need to practice at the range at least a handful of days, but I recommend that you train as much as time allows.
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It will take place at the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust, if it gets ethical and regulatory approval.
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The company, meanwhile, has yet to offer a convincing answer about how it plans to reconcile this tension between an ethical duty to limit the spread of misinformation, and the fact it makes money when such misinformation goes viral.
FACEBOOK’S NEW TOOL TO STOP FAKE NEWS IS A GAME CHANGER—IF THE COMPANY WOULD ONLY USE ITJEFFOCTOBER 18, 2020FORTUNE
This makes me incredibly excited to be an “ethical business” playing a role in this movement, and even more excited to think about what the business world will look like in five years’ time.
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While placing stakeholders at the center of strategic decisions is an ethical business decision, it’s also a smart business decision.
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He and other ethicists say the president's treatment highlights a broader question about the ethical obligation doctors have to the science needed to determine if those treatments are effective.
MEDICAL ETHICS IN PANDEMIC TIMESEILEEN DRAGE O'REILLYOCTOBER 8, 2020AXIOS
The CRISPR-Cas9 system allows researchers to edit any portion of the human genome they desire, and that capability has been fraught with ethical controversy.
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Technologies for deliberately altering the genome have always been enmired in controversies, over both their ethical use and the potential dangers posed by engineered organisms.
NOBEL PRIZE IN CHEMISTRY AWARDED FOR CRISPR ‘GENETIC SCISSORS’JORDANA CEPELEWICZOCTOBER 7, 2020QUANTA MAGAZINE
With fewer suppliers, Mars said it’s easier to verify that the providers are meeting environmental and ethical goals.
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It’s a much-needed call for government regulation and for an actionable ethical reckoning within the tech industry itself.
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