Ahead of the main programme we will be running an optional event for Early Career Researchers (ECR). This will be open to all PhD students and those who identify as ECRs who are attending the symposium. It will provide an opportunity for relaxed engagement and networking.
Please indicate that you wish to attend this session when you register. All are welcome, but we have a limited space in the room so sign up is necessary.
15:00–15:15 Registration and coffee
15:15–15:30 Introduction: Zhengxin Yu, Helena Webb, Mohammad Soorati, Joe Deville
15:30–15:50 Speed networking (round 1)
15:50–16:25 Roundtable 1: Engaging with RRI as an ECR Scholar
Charting a Path toward Ethical AI keynote_1Getting beyond simple binaries of good AI and bad AI means developing a more nuanced understanding of how large scale technologies become integrated into broad social processes. Designing AI for good purposes is only the beginning of a path toward a working, ethical framework for a society penetrated with data gathering and algorithmic routines. The agenda for scholarly researchers needs to consider how we can prepare people for a datafied life.Dr. Strover is the Philip G. Warner Regents Professor in Communication, former Chair of the Radio-TV-Film Department at the University of Texas, and now Professor in the School of Journalism and Media where she teaches communication technology and policy courses and directs the Technology and Information Policy Institute. Read more...
Socio-technical resilience for community healthcare PaperAmel Bennaceur, Avelie Stuart, Blaine A. Price, Arosha Bandara, Mark Levine, Linda Clare, Jessica Cohen, Ciaran Mccormick, Vikram Mehta, Mohamed Bennasar, Daniel Gooch, Carlos Gavidia Calderon, Anastasia Kordoni and Bashar Nuseibeh
Ten regulatory principles to scaffold the design, manufacture, and use of trustworthy Autonomous Systems, illustrated in a maritime context Rachel Horne, Caroline Law-Walsh, Zena Assaad and Keith Joiner
Gina Neff is the Executive Director of the Minderoo Centre for Technology & Democracy at the University of Cambridge. Her books include Venture Labor (MIT Press 2012), Self-Tracking (MIT Press 2016) and Human-Centered Data Science (MIT Press 2022). Read more...
Panel discussion exploring what it means to be responsible in Autonomous Systems, and the place of responsible research and innovation in the TAS programme. The panel includes Samuel Baker, Shoaib Ehsan, Elvira Perez Vallejos, Alex Beach, and Shannon Vallor.