Image ethics

Introduction to Scientific Digital Images workshop

Datetime: 
January 14, 2014 - 8:30am - 1:00pm
The primary goal of this workshop is to show that the image is really data, to illustrate what can be done with those data, and the ease with which they can be compromised.
 

Introduction to Scientific Digital Images - workshop

Datetime: 
January 8, 2013 - 8:30am - 1:00pm
News Date: 
December 8, 2012 :00am

The primary goal of this workshop is to show that the image is really data, to illustrate what can be done with those data, and the ease with which they can be compromised.

Digital Images Are Data: And Should Be Treated as Such

Doug Cromey's most recent article on digital image ethics has been published as chapter 1 in Springer Protocol's Cell Imaging Techniques (Methods in Molecular Biology) Vol 931, pages 1-27. 

The article is available online, see: Digital Images Are Data: And Should Be Treated as Such

 

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Digital Image Ethics

Introduction to Image Editing Ethics

This topic is increasingly on people's minds given that image manipulation "tricks" that used to take considerable skill in a darkroom now can be done quite easily by anyone using one of the powerful image editing programs that are available. A user does not even have to be intentionally malicious to alter an image in an unethical manner. Unfortunately, many users are unaware of the issues or the effects of their actions.

Class announcement: Fundamentals of Light Microscopy and Electronic Imaging

"This class (CMM 465/565) will teach students the fundamentals as well as advanced levels of the many modes of light microscopy (e.g. fluorescence, confocal and live cell imaging) required for today’s investigators in medical and other biological sciences."

Training opportunities for SWEHSC Investigator labs

 

The Cellular Imaging Facility Core provides a number of one-on-one training opportunities for faculty, staff, students and post-docs. These can be formal training opportunities related to a specific instrument/technique, or informal explanations tailored to a specific research question.

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