SURREY SYMPOSIUM ON ETHICS AND ALGORITHMS

SURREY CENTRE FOR LAW AND PHILOSOPHY, UNIVERSITY OF SURREY SCHOOL OF LAW

JANUARY 20 2020 & FEB 3 2020

 

On Jan 20 2020 and Feb 3 2020, the Surrey Centre for Law and Philosophy will host the two-part Surrey Symposium on Ethics and Algorithms. Over the course of two afternoons, 3-7pm GMT both days (w. a 20 min break), we will discuss some of the best recent philosophical work on normative issues related to AI, and algorithms more generally, with speakers from both sides of the Atlantic:

 

Part 1 – Jan 20 2020

Gabbrielle M. Johnson (Claremont McKenna)

"Proxies Aren't Intentional, They're Intentional"

Deborah Hellman (Virginia) & Katie Creel (Stanford)

"The Algorithmic Leviathan: Arbitrariness, Unfairness, and Opportunity in Algorithmic Decision Making Systems"

 

Part 2 – Feb 3 2020

Carina Prunkl (Oxford) & Silvia Milano (Oxford)

"Epistemic Injustice and Algorithmic Profiling"

Annette Zimmermann (York/Harvard)

"Distrusting Good Systems"

 

Papers will be pre-read and circulated about a week prior to the respective date. To register, please sign up on the Eventbrite page for the relevant date – and please note that you will have to sign up for each part separately.

 

Sign up for Part 1 (Jan 20 2020): www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/130096202243

Sign up for Part 2 (Feb 3 2020): www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/130096348681

 

Organiser:

Dr. Hrafn Asgeirsson, Reader in Philosophy and Law, University of Surrey School of Law

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