Ethical Issues in AI and Computing Conference

June 2–3

In partnership with Social & Ethical Responsibilities of Computing at MIT, Embedded EthiCS @ Harvard is excited to announce a conference on ethical issues in AI and computing (broadly construed). Our aim is to bring together scholars working on these issues from the Greater Boston area and beyond.

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Ethical reasoning is an essential skill for today’s computer scientists. The Embedded EthiCS distributed pedagogy embeds philosophers directly into computer science courses to teach students how to think through the ethical and social implications of their work.
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Why Embedded EthiCS?

The aim of Embedded EthiCS is to teach students to consider not merely what technologies they could create, but whether they should create them.
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Who are we in Embedded EthiCS?

Embedded EthiCS is a collaboration between philosophers and computer scientists.
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How does Embedded EthiCS work?

Embedded EthiCS integrates ethics modules into courses across the standard computer science curriculum.
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