About the series
The U.S. National Science Foundation's Responsible Design, Development and Deployment of Technologies (ReDDDoT) program invites you to attend a virtual office hour session. A ReDDDoT program director will host a group discussion to answer questions about the funding opportunity and the proposal submission process. Following the Q&A portion, there will be track/topic-specific breakout sessions – for ReDDDoT, the tracks are AI, biotech, and natural and anthropogenic disaster prevention or mitigation.
The session can hold a maximum of 60 participants, so we kindly ask that only one per proposing team register and attend.
Friday, February 23, 2024, 2-3 p.m. Eastern Time (ET)
Register for the ReDDDoT Office Hour on Zoom.
For more information, view the February 9, 2024 ReDDDoT Informational Webinar here.
About the ReDDDoT Program
Launched by the NSF Directorate for Technology, Innovation and Partnerships (TIP), the ReDDDoT program seeks to ensure ethical, legal, community and societal considerations are embedded in the lifecycle of technology’s creation and use. The program aims to help create technologies that promote the public's wellbeing and mitigate potential harms.