Artificial Intelligence and Ethics in Design: Responsible Innovation

  • Course Program

European regulations require that ethics specifications be met when designing artificial intelligence (AI) systems. Ignoring these regulations can result in hefty financial fines. In this program, learn what engineers need to know when designing artificial intelligence systems.

What you will learn:

  • The economic potential of responsible artificial intelligence
  • Standards and certifications to guarantee transparency and accountability in the algorithmic era
  • Structural causes of unintended/unjustified bias
  • Transparency and accountability in autonomous and intelligent systems
  • Legal and implementations issues of enterprise artificial intelligence

Courses included in this program:

Course Program Length: 5 hours

Program Level: Introductory

Who Should Attend: Data Engineer, AI/ML Engineer, Design Engineer, Computer Engineer, Security Engineer, Electrical Engineer, Software Engineer, UX Designer, Engineering Managers, Technical Leaders, Functional Conultant, Business User, Research Engineer, Robotics Engineer, Machine Learning Engineer, Computer Vision Engineer


Rumman Chowdhury, Senior Principal at Accenture AI and global lead for Responsible AI in Applied Intelligence

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

Ansgar Koene, Senior Research Fellow at Horizon Digital Economy Research institute, University of Nottingham and chairs the IEEE P7003 Standard for Algorithm Bias Considerations working group

Alan Winfield, Professor of Robot Ethics at the University of the West of England, Bristol, United Kingdom, and Visiting Professor at the University of York

Raja Chatila, Professor of Artificial Intelligence, Robotics and Ethics at Sorbonne Université, Paris, France and Director of the Institute of Intelligent Systems and Robotics and leads the SMART Laboratory of Excellence on Human-Machine Interactions

Ruth Aylett, Professor of Computer Science at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, Scotland

Catelijne Muller is a member of the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) and President of the Permanent Study Group on AI at the EESC

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

Publication Year: 2018

ISBN: 978-1-5386-0027-6

Artificial Intelligence and Ethics in Design: Responsible Innovation
  • Course Provider: Standards Association
  • Course Number: EDP510CP
  • Credits: 0.5 CEU/ 5 PDH