Currently, the computer science department at UBC has no requirements to include ethical reasoning and implications of tech in the computer science curriculum.
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We asked you to examine a consequence of bioengineering, whether it be about clones to genetic engineering to a weird semi-sentient vine that’s attached to a cybernetic enhancement.
We’ve brought back our infamous annual survey to ask in no uncertain terms, how the hell are you fucking this pandemic?
With a platform of transparency, clarity, equity and teamwork, Sandhu aims to use her experience to increase the level of transparency between students and the governing body.
It’s been approximately five months now since STEAM instructors started hosting video game streaming sessions with their students.
The plan is divided into four phases, with phases one and two focusing on immunizing those with increased likelihood for severe illness, and phases three and four focusing on the general population.
Just over 30 minutes in run time and simply titled “Can Chemistry Change the World?” the talk has already amassed hundreds of upvotes on Reddit and has resonated with individuals across the UBC community.
She has stayed inside with her windows shut and 25 air purifiers “absolutely blasting” for 38 days straight.
With the climate crisis being one of the four major issues British Columbians are concerned about this provincial election, The Ubyssey summarized each major party’s key climate platform points in an effort to assist your decision on October 24.
British Columbians consider the COVID-19 response to be their top issue when deciding who to vote for this upcoming election.
Currently, the ten Canadian cities with the highest AQI indexes are all located in BC. Of those ten, nine have an AQI rating of above 200, or are at levels that are ‘very unhealthy.’
The portion of the study conducted by UBC researchers utilized a subject pool consisting entirely of UBC undergraduate students.
It’s important to recognize that the work we all have to do to slow the spread of the virus is not a one-and-done deal.
There are 236 new cases of COVID-19 and 2 new deaths from the virus in BC since Thursday, bringing the total number of cases in the province to 4,594.
The Ubyssey analyzed the content data on the city’s non-emergency phone line to catch a glimpse of how things on a municipal level have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.