Ethically Aligned Design v2
IEEE recently announced the publication of the second version of Ethically Aligned Design: A Vision for Prioritizing Human Well-being with Autonomous and Intelligent Systems (EADv2). Adding emphasis to the launch of EADv2, the IEEE Global Initiative has concurrently created its “Ethics in Action” campaign to encourage the general public to provide feedback to the document or join Standards Working Groups.
IEEE TechEthics at SXSW 2018
How do we separate science fact from science fiction? What is the reality of where we truly are with robotics and AI capabilities? How do media portrayals shape our opinions on technology? And how are the ethical and societal implications of technology considered in each realm? As part of the IEEE Tech for Humanity Series at SXSW, IEEE TechEthics is hosting a conversation with a roboticist, an ethicist, and a graphic novelist as they discuss their roles in the messaging around technological advancements.
Technologies of Frankenstein
Two centuries after the publication of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, society continues to explore the ethical implications of technological advancements. This IEEE TechEthics panel brings together voices from technology, ethics, and history to discuss questions about how ethical considerations have evolved in the last two centuries. The panel is part of Technologies of Frankenstein, a conference jointly sponsored by Stevens Institute of Technology and the IEEE History Center.
The Social and Personal Impacts of AI
AI is driving big changes in the way we live, work and even think. It will affect all business sectors and all aspects of daily life. This panel explores the social and personal impacts of AI as we embark on this journey.