Responsible Innovation in the Age of Artificial Intelligence
This course focuses on how traditional philosophical models like utilitarianism, virtue ethics and other key modalities of applied ethics have evolved to embrace specifics of algorithmic tracking and intelligence augmentation of Artificial Intelligence (AI). This course shows that by implementing these new models, businesses can learn how to holistically incorporate AI into their innovation process to sustain profits while honoring their purpose. This course also features recommendations on who within an organization should be tasked with exploring AI Ethics to implement these ideas.
What you will learn:
- State why Responsible AI is valuable to the AI development
- Describe a framework to implement Responsible AI in the workplace
- Recite how to apply ethical concepts into AI design and development
This course is part of the following course program:
Artificial Intelligence and Ethics in Design
Courses included in this program:
John Sullins III (Ph.D., Binghamton University (SUNY), 2002) is a full professor and Chair of philosophy at Sonoma State University. His specializations are: philosophy of technology, philosophical issues of artificial intelligence/robotics, cognitive science, philosophy of science, engineering ethics, and computer ethics. His recent research interests are found in the technologies of Robotics and AI and how they inform traditional philosophical topics on the questions of life and mind as well as its impact on society and the ethical design of successful autonomous machines.
Dr. M.V. (Virginia) Dignum is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Technology Policy and Management at TU Delft. She holds a PhD from the Utrecht University, in 2014. Previously, she worked for more than 12 years in consultancy and system development in the areas of expert systems and knowledge management. Her research focuses on value-sensitive design of intelligent systems and multi-agent organizations, focusing on the formalization of moral and normative behaviors and social interactions. In 2006, she was awarded the prestigious Veni grant from NWO (Dutch Organization for Scientific Research) for her work on agent-based organizational frameworks. She has published more than 180 peer-reviewed papers and several books, yielding a h-index of 27. She is secretary of the International Foundation for Autonomous Agents and Multi-agent Systems (IFAAMAS) and co-chair of the European Conference on Artificial Intelligence (ECAI) in 2016.
Rumman Chowdhury, PhD - Dr. Rumman Chowdhury is the 2nd Senior Principal at Accenture AI. Accenture is a leading global professional services company, providing a broad range of services and solutions in strategy, consulting, digital, technology and operations. Rumman's work lies at the intersection of artificial intelligence and humanity working on cutting-edge applications of Artificial Intelligence and leading our Strategic Global Initiative on Responsible Artificial Intelligence. She serves on the Board of Directors for multiple AI startups and is an AI mentor for Katapult Accelerator, an impact tech accelerator in Oslo, Norway. She serves as a member of the IEEE's Wellbeing Metrics Standard for Ethical Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Systems working group.
Publication Year: 2018