Artificial Intelligence and Ethics in Design

Part 1 Now Available in IEEE Xplore, Part 2 Coming Soon

This two part program comprises 10 courses designed to help an organization apply the theory of ethics to the design and business of artificial intelligence systems.

Available in IEEE Xplore, these courses are intended for industry professionals focused on integrating artificial intelligence and autonomous systems within their companies or to their customers and end users. It is also useful as supplemental material in academic settings in both research and teaching roles.

Courses included in Part 1, now available in IEEE Xplore:
  • Responsible Innovation in the Age of AI
  • The Economic Advantage of Ethical Design for Business
  • Values by Design in the Algorithmic Era
  • The Nature of Nudging  
  • Ensuring Data Protection and Data Safety
Courses included in Part 2, coming soon to IEEE Xplore:
  • From Growth to Great
  • The Basis for No Bias
  • Transparency and Accountability for Robots and AI Systems
  • Human Emotion in Devices and Technology
  • Legal and Implementation Issues of Enterprise AI

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