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Data Mining the Deceased: Film & Discussion
Free public screening followed by expert-led discussion on current issues of genetic genealogy.
Genealogy is arguably the largest historical enterprise in the world, and one of the largest data mining operations. Data Mining the Deceased takes a look at individual and industry stakes in the phenomenon of family history.
- Julia Creet: Director of Data Mining the Deceased and English Professor, York University.
- Françoise Baylis: Bioethicist & Philosopher, University Research Professor, Dalhousie University.
- Darryl Leroux: Sogiologist of Indigeous DNA claims, Saint Mary's Unviersity.
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