Artificial Intelligence and Ethics in Design

  • Course Program

The ethics of artificial intelligence is a hot topic, sparking much admiration, concern, conversation, and potential regulation as this technology evolves. To help move beyond both the fear and the uncritical admiration, the IEEE Global Initiative for Ethical Considerations in Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Systems (AI/AS) was formed. The Global Initiative is a consortium of over 100 global thought leaders in the fields of Artificial Intelligence, law and ethics, philosophy, and policy from the realms of academia, science, government, and corporate sectors.

What you will learn:

  • Responsible artificial intelligence, law, compliance and ethics in artificial intelligence and practical applied ethics for use in the responsible design of artificial intelligence systems
  • Prioritizing human well-being in the age of AI and the business advantage of diversity and inclusion
  • Values by design in the algorithmic era and ethics in artificial intelligence research and development
  • What nudging is, why it is of special concern in AI applications and how algorithms can nudge behavior ethically
  • Data protection, data safety and ethical challenges in data protection and safety

Courses included in this program:

Course Program Length: 5 hours

Program Level: Introductory

Instructors

Lorenzo Dalla Corte, Assistant Professor in Data Protection Law, Tilburg University

Bastiaan van Loenen, Associate Professor at Delft University of Technology’s faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, where he directs the Knowledge Centre Open Data

John C. Havens, Director, Emerging Technologies & Strategic Development, IEEE Standards Association

John P. Sullins, Full professor of philosophy at Sonoma State University in California

Laurence Y. Devillers, Full professor of Computer Sciences at the Paris-Sorbonne University, France

Sarah Spiekermann, Chairs the Institute for Management Information Systems at Vienna University of Economics and Business

Sara R. Jordan, Assistant Professor of Public Administration in the Center for Public Administration & Policy at Virginia Tech

Virginia Dignum, Associate Professor at the Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management, Delft University of Technology

Matthew Scherer, Associate with Littler Mendelson, P.C., and a member of the firm’s Robotics, Artificial Intelligence and Automation practice group

Rumman Chowdhury, 2nd Senior Principal at Accenture AI

Publication Year: 2018

ISBN: 978-1-5386-0018-4


Artificial Intelligence and Ethics in Design
  • Course Provider: Standards Association
  • Course Number: EDP501
  • Credits: 0.5 CEU/ 5 PDH