The field of Ethics applied to technology has become one of the most important areas of study and debate in today's world.
Every aspect of our lives has been transformed by the increased use of technology, bringing benefits but also the need to understand the ethical dimension of these changes.
Concepts such as moral agency, fairness, accountability,
explainability, value alignment, existential risks, and many others
are part of the conversations about the present and the future of
But what do all these concepts really mean?
Get a good grasp of the ethical
concepts and the way they relate to technology.
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Ethics in AI and Big Data
by the Linux Foundation
Learn how to build and incorporate ethical frameworks in your AI and Big Data technology and business initiatives to add transparency, build trust, and drive adoption.
Responsible Innovation: Ethics and Technology.
by the Delft University of Technology
This course focuses on ethical questions/framework and concerns with respect to new technologies. risks and safety of new technologies including a number of qualitative and quantitative risk assessment methods.
Projects and Frameworks
by Oxford Institute of Internet
This A-Z guide offers a series of simple, bite-sized explainers to help anyone understand what AI is, how it works and how it’s changing the world around us.
by the University of Oxford
The Ethics in AI seminars are intended to facilitate a broad conversation, exploring ethical questions in AI in a truly interdisciplinary way that brings together students and leading experts from around the University.
by The Future of Life Institute
This series covers and explores the AI alignment problem across a large variety of domains, reflecting the fundamentally interdisciplinary nature of AI alignment.
This podcast brings together interviews with academics, authors, business leaders, designers and engineers on the subject of autonomous algorithms, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and technology's impact on society.