Author: ethics4eu

Dealing with the Complexities of Teaching Ethics to Future Computing Professionals – VIDEOS

You didn’t get to participate in the Ethics4EU Online Event on 22 April? Dealing with the Complexities of Teaching Ethics to Future Computing Professionals is available below!   WHO SHOULD WATCH THIS? If you’re working in Higher Education, either as a lecturer, professor, researcher, or PhD student, and have an interest in Digital Ethics, these videos […]

Digital Ethics: Can we do better? – Workshop

Students’ poster competition deadline has been extended to May 28 × Dismiss alert On the 15th of June, Institut Mines-Télécom/Télécom SudParis will host an online workshop on Digital Ethics. The programme is yet to be confirmed, but will include presentations from researchers, teachers, journalists, politicians and industry professionals to discuss the topic “Can we do […]

Third Milestone Meeting

On the 27th November, Ethics4EU had its third Milestone Meeting! The event was originally supposed to take place in Milan but was moved online due to the pandemic. Not meeting face-to-face didn’t affect the overall efficacy of the meeting which led us to important milestones! The Ethics4EU now has many educational resources ready to be […]

Behind the Code – Event

LEARNING DATA ETHICS IN COMPUTER SCIENCE Wednesday 2nd December the Ethics4EU team will run a very special online event on Data Ethics. Four lecturers from two Computer Science Faculties in Ireland and France will introduce you to the ethical implications of data management and how to teach them in Computer Science faculties using a case […]

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 […]