There will be Ethics4EU Online Event on 22 April 2021, 09:00 – 12:00 CEST, with the main theme “Dealing with the Complexities of Teaching Ethics to Future Computing Professionals”.
The event will be organized by Informatics Europe. The free event will be held via Zoom (registration is required). It will include prominent speakers and a discussion panel including experts in Ethics, academics, and professionals working in areas, roles or projects where ethical or legal aspects take the central stage. A great change to network with people working or interested in Digital Ethics!
9:00 – 09:05 – Welcome
09:05 – 09:40 – Dympna O’Sullivan, TU Dublin, Ireland (“Ethics4 EU Project”) – 20 min Talk followed by 15 min Q&A
09:40 – 10:15 – Michele Loi, Institute of Biomedical Ethics and History of Medicine, University of Zurich, Switzerland – 20 min Talk followed by 15 min Q&A
10:15 – 10:35 – Break
10:35 – 11:10 – Julia Amann, Health Ethics and Policy Lab, ETH Zurich, Switzerland – 20 min Talk followed by 15 min Q&A
11:10 – 11:55 – Discussion Panel on “Dealing with the Complexities of Teaching Ethics to Future Computing Professionals“. Chair: Viola Schiaffonati (Politecnico di Milano, Italy). Panellists: Andrea Curley (TU Dublin, Ireland) Ireland Gordana Dodig-Crnkovic (Mälardalen University & Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden) J. Paul Gibson ( Institute Mines-Télécom, France) Damian Gordon (TU Dublin, Ireland)
11:55 – 12:00 – Conclusion
WHO SHOULD PARTICIPATE?
If you’re working in Higher Education, either as a lecturer, professor, researcher, or PhD student, and have an interest in Digital Ethics, this event is for you! If you are thinking of introducing Digital Ethics lectures in your modules/courses, this event will give you insights on how to do access open source resources for your courses and modules. You’ll have a chance to meet and network with researchers and lecturers across Europe who aim at introducing Digital Ethics in Computer Science Higher Education programmes and have a privileged access to our Community of Practice!
This event might also be of interest to students in Computer Science Faculties that feel Digital Ethics should be introduced in their courses or that wish to understand its importance.