Author: ethics4eu

5 books on Digital Ethics to read this summer!

Here’s a list of 5 Digital Ethics related books you might want to read this summer! The following readings can be appreciated by all types of audience, including people not working in the IT sector. Social Media Behind the Screen: Content Moderation in the Shadows of Social Mediaby S. T. Roberts (2019) Social media on the […]

Data Ethics Book coming in August 2020!

97 THINGS ABOUT ETHICS EVERYONE IN DATA SCIENCE SHOULD KNOW Two researchers on the Ethics4EU project, Brendan Tierney (TU Dublin) and Damian Gordon (TU Dublin) have contributed chapters to an upcoming book “97 Things about Ethics Everyone in Data Science Should Know” from O’Reilly Media which will be released in August 2020. The book is […]

EthiComp 2020

HOMO LUDENS MORALIS – DESIGNING AND DEVELOPING A BOARD GAME TO TEACH ETHICS FOR ICT EDUCATION Damian Gordon (TU Dublin) presented the third Ethics4EU peer-reviewed paper at EthiComp 2020: The 18th International Conference on the Ethical and Social Impacts of ICT. The ICT ethical landscape is changing at an astonishing rate, as technologies become more […]

IFIP WG9.4 2020

CHECK YOUR TECH – CONSIDERING THE PROVENANCE OF DATA USED TO BUILD DIGITAL PRODUCTS AND SERVICES Damian Gordon (TU Dublin) presented the second Ethics4EU peer-reviewed paper at IFIP WG 9.4 European Conference on the Social Implications of Computers in Developing Countries 2020. Digital products and services are producing unprecedented amounts of data worldwide. These products […]

Second Milestone Meeting!

On the 7th and 8th of May the Ethics4EU team meet online for the second Milestone Meeting! During the meeting: Technological University Dublin presented a draft of our Research Report on European Values for Ethics in Technology and a draft of our Research Report on Existing Competencies in the Teaching of Ethics in Computer Science […]

Multiplier Event in Zurich postponed

Unfortunately, due to the spread of COVID 19, our event planned for Thursday 7th of May at Institute of Informatics, University of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland has been postponed. The main goals of the event were to disseminate and create awareness in the region and country about the core issues addressed by the project, as well […]

The Project doesn’t stop!

Though, as everybody in the world, the Partner Institutions and Team Members are being affected by the current situation, we’re still working hard on the Project! We just changed our way to communicate! The spread of COVID19 can actually raise some interesting issues about Ethics and Technology that may lead to some Case Studies! It […]

INTED 2020

INCORPORATING DIGITAL ETHICS THROUGHOUT THE SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT PROCESS Michael Collins (TU Dublin) presented the first Ethics4EU peer-reviewed paper at INTED 2020. The media is reporting scandals associated with computer companies with increasing regularity; whether it is the misuse of user data, breach of privacy concerns, the use of biased artificial intelligence, or the problems of […]

Launch event in Dublin!

On the 21st of November TU Dublin welcomed the Ethics4EU partners and stakeholders to the launch event for the project. After the welcoming from Prof Michael Devereux (TU Dublin), Dympna O’Sullivan (TU Dublin) gave an overview of the project to the attendees clarifying the objectives and introducing the expected outcomes of Ethics4EU. Afterwards, the stakeholders […]

First Transnational Meeting in Dublin!

On the 20th of November TU Dublin welcomed the Ethics4EU Partners for the first of the six scheduled Transnational Meetings. The main focus of the meeting was to plan the work for the first two intellectual outputs of the project: A paper that identifies gaps in computer science lecturers’ knowledge of ethics A paper that […]