Ethics and Laws of Algorithms

Project: Research

Description

A series of workshops to creatively network and collaborate across disciplines. Involving academics from the Departments of Law and Criminology, Management, Engineering and Computer Science, we will explore what intricacies and issues emerge in diverse contexts when digitial algorithms - computer programmes with 'intelligent' technologies like Artificial Intelligence, Chatbots, Datamining - are designed or tasked to manage if not predict the digital workload and behaviour of (a) households; (b) professionals, including within the legal community where human trust and relationships, confidentiality and judgement have been critical; and (c) marginalised communities (unemployed, ill).

Layman's description

What social and ethical issues arise and emerge when computers manage our households and our workplace?
AcronymELA
StatusActive
Effective start/end date13/01/2030/07/20

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Research outputs

ID: 36196246