Conference Paper by Ryan Blake Jackson, Tom Williams and Nicole M. Smith. Presented at the 15th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction, 2020. Abstract: A key capability of morally competent . . .
News article by Sophie Manhas. Published on the Methods blog. Excerpt: Josie Young has been nominated for ‘Young Leader of the Year’ at the Women in IT Awards Series taking place . . .
Workshop on September 26-27, 2019 at Graz University of Technology, Austria. 3rd Human Brain Project (HBP) Curriculum Workshop Series – Research ethics and societal impact. Co-funded by the European Union. In . . .
Conference on September 16th, 2019 at the University of Oxford. ORBIT is proud to be bringing together some of the most eminent women working in AI ethics. Coming from all . . .
Book chapter by Timnit Gebru. Published by Oxford University Press. 27 pages with references. Abstract: From massive face-recognition-based surveillance and machine-learning-based decision systems predicting crime recidivism rates, to the move . . .
Report prepared by Nesta. Written by Kostas Stathoulopoulos and Juan Mateos-Garcia. 32 pages. Summary: Lack of gender diversity in the Artificial Intelligence workforce is raising growing concerns, but the evidence . . .
News article by Rhian Farnworth. Published in Medium. Excerpt: The use of technology is at an all-time high, with humans relying on and using digital systems daily. Dutch Philosopher of . . .
News article by Concerned Researchers. Published on Medium. Excerpt: Over the past few months, there has been increased public concern over the accuracy and use of new face recognition systems. . . .
News article by Katyanna Quach. Published by The Register. Excerpt: The controversial study that examined whether or not machine-learning code could determine a person’s sexual orientation just from their face . . .
News article by Karen Hao. Published by MIT Technology Review. Excerpt: Bias can creep in at many stages of the deep-learning process, and the standard practices in computer science aren’t . . .