[Air-L] The Human Standard: Why Ethical Considerations Should Drive Technological Design Webinar
Ansgar.Koene at nottingham.ac.uk
Fri Apr 7 16:39:00 PDT 2017
Dear Air-L community,
the following announcement may be of interest to those on the list who are interested in the debate about the ethics of technology and how this is being applied by the engineering and technological design community.
Dr. Ansgar Koene
Senior Research Fellow: Horizon Policy Impact, CaSMa & UnBias
Horizon Digital Economy Research Institute
University of Nottingham
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The Human Standard:
Why Ethical Considerations Should Drive
Technological Design Webinar
18 April 2017 at 12:00PM- 1:00PM EDT
In the age of autonomous and intelligent machines, it is more important than ever to help technologists and organizations be cognizant of the ethical implications of the products, services or systems they are building and how they are being built before making them available to the general public. While established Codes of Ethics provide instrumental guidance for employee behavior, new values-centric methodologies are needed to complement these codes to address the growing use of algorithms and personalization in the marketplace.
Key insights from the Working Group Chairs of three IEEE-SA projects will be presented. The IEEE Global Initiative provided the input and recommendations that led to the creation of Working Groups for these IEEE-SA standards projects:
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Speakers will provide their perspectives on why it is important for business leaders to increase due diligence relative to ethical considerations for what they create. This focus is not just about avoiding unintended consequences, but also increasing innovation by better aligning with customer and end-user values.
Executive Committee Vice-Chair, The IEEE Global Initiative for Ethical Considerations in Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Systems, Executive Director, AI Austin
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John C. Havens
Executive Director, The IEEE Global Initiative for Ethical Considerations In Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Systems
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Senior Research Fellow at Horizon Digital Economy Research institute, University of Nottingham. Co-Investigator on the UnBias project <http://emailaccount.cmail20.com/t/t-l-klltyhy-btruyudju-z/> and Policy Impact lead for Horizon.
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Professor, Bristol Robotics Laboratory, University of the West of England; Visiting Professor, University of York
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