News article by Cath Everett. Published by Diginomica. Excerpt: SUMMARY: The UK government ignored its own guidance and refused external help, resulting in an A level algorithm disaster that disproportionately . . .
Journal article by Alan Rubel. Published in Communications of the ACM. Abstract: There is increasing concern about “surveillance capitalism,” whereby for-profit companies generate value from data, while individuals are unable . . .
Journal article by Benjamin S. Baumer, Randi L. Garcia, Albert Y. Kim, Katherine M. Kinnaird, Miles Q. Ott. Published on ArXiv. Abstract: We present a programmatic approach to incorporating ethics . . .
News article by Patrick Gibbons. Published in Notre Dame News. The University of Notre Dame in partnership with IBM today launched a collaboration that will address the myriad ethical concerns . . .
News Article and CBC Radio Interview. Abby Jaques, a former MIT philosophy instructor and the current interdisciplinary ethics fellow at the Stanford University Center for Ethics in Society, spoke with . . .
Article by Chris Piech and Lisa Einstein. Published in Scientific American. Excerpt: Here’s how we can avert the dangers and maximize the benefits of this powerful but still emerging technology . . .
News article by Michael Mindzak. Published in University Affairs. Excerpt: As AI-facilitated algorithmic writing improves, it poses tricky questions about authorship and what constitutes an “original” paper or assignment. Recently . . .
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News article by Drew Harwell. Published by The Washington Post. Excerpt: When Syracuse University freshmen walk into professor Jeff Rubin’s Introduction to Information Technologies class, seven small Bluetooth beacons hidden . . .
Article by Behnam Taebi, Jeroen van den Hoven and Stephanie J. Bird. Published in Science and Engineering Ethics. Excerpt: The twenty-first century will pose substantial and unprecedented challenges to modern . . .
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