Harvard and MIT - Ethical Issues in AI and Computing
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Embedded EthiCS at Harvard and Social & Ethical Responsibilities in Computing at MIT are excited to invite abstracts for a conference this summer (June 2–3) 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, and we invite proposals for presentations on research, pedagogy, and institutional strategies in this area.
Keynote speakers include Luciano Floridi (Oxford, participating remotely) and David Kaiser (MIT).
To apply, please submit either a research abstract (of no longer than 300 words) or a summary of your plan for a pedagogical or institutional presentation (also no longer than 300 words) via the link below by no later than March 13. Responses will be sent out in mid to late March, at which point we will also send out registration instructions and a more detailed schedule. Thanks to the generosity of the Mozilla Foundation, presenters may be eligible to have their travel costs reimbursed.We hope you will join us to discuss these very important social issues!
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