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HUBWEEK 2018

What’s happening at HUBweek on Tuesday

A woman stopped to take a photo of the feature wall painted by Okuda San Miguel.
Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff
A woman stopped to take a photo of the feature wall painted by Okuda San Miguel.

Boston’s HUBweek returns for its second day Tuesday with a variety of events focusing on sustainability, technology, and the arts. Here are a few to check out:

“Building a Climate Resilient Boston,” 9 a.m., UMass Club, 1 Beacon St. (32nd floor): UMass Boston professors Paul Kirshen, David Levy, and David Cash and Sustainable Solutions lab director Rebecca Herst discuss how Boston should adapt to a changing environment in this 90-minute panel discussion. Free, registration required at HUBweek.org.

“The Ethics of Artificial Intelligence,” 4 p.m., UMass Club, 1 Beacon St. (32nd floor): A panel discusses the moral implications of artificial intelligence. Speakers include Nir Eisikovits, the director of the Center for Applied Ethics at UMass Boston, and Kayak chief technology officer Giorgos Zacharia. Free, registration required at HUBweek.org.

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“Above and Beyond: NASA’s Journey to Tomorrow,” 6 p.m., John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Columbia Point: The JFK Library and Discovery host an exclusive preview and discussion of “Above and Beyond: NASA’s Journey to Tomorrow,” a new documentary by Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Rory Kennedy. The discussion that follows will be moderated by Meghna Chakrabarti, the host of NPR and WBUR’s “On Point.” This event is presented in conjunction with the 2018 GlobeDocs Film Festival and HUBweek. Free, registration required via Eventbrite.com.

Sophia Eppolito can be reached at sophia.eppolito@globe.com. Follow her on Twitter @SophiaEppolito.