This event is also part of the Humanities Cultural Programme, one of the founding stones for the future Stephen A. Schwarzman Centre for the Humanities. This seminar on Ethics in AI Education will tackle three questions that arise when we aim to teach computer science students about the ethical and social responsibility dimensions of AI engineering: (1) What are our learning objectives? (2) What are suitable means to meeting those objectives? (3) What are the obstacles? Dr Milo Phillips-Brown, Dr Helena Webb, and Prof. Max Van Kleek will frame these questions and share what they’ve found from their own work in this area. They are also keen to learn from the experience of others, and this seminar provides an opportunity for the panellists and audience to brainstorm together about these issues.
Peter Millican, Gilbert Ryle Fellow and Professor of Philosophy at Hertford College, Oxford University
Milo Phillips-Brown, Associate Professor of Philosophy in the Faculty of Philosophy and Department of Computer Science, Tutorial Fellow at Jesus College (from 2021) and Senior Research Fellow in Digital Ethics
and Governance, Jain Family Institute
Max Van Kleek, Associate Professor of Human-Computer Interaction with the Department of Computer Science, University of Oxford
Helena Webb, Senior Researcher in the Department of Computer Science