Authenticity and responsible design: on responsibly
creating relational robots for children
(w/Marion Boulicault, et al.)
in Algorithmic Rights and Protections for Children, MIT Press (forthcoming) // penultimate draft
We might be afraid of black-box algorithms
(w/Carissa Véliz, Carina Prunkl, Ted Lectherman)
Journal of Medical Ethics (2021) // pdf
Algorithmic fairness for whom? // abstract
Search engines and the ethics of relevance // abstract
Teaching ethics as a skill // abstract
Ethical by design: an ethical engineering protocol
What is an automated decision system? // abstract
(w/David Gray Grant, Jay Hodges, Greg Keenan)
Half of my pedagogical work is in the Computer Science Department, where I develop new ways to teach ethical engineering practice to computer scientists.
I've developed three new courses in the ethics of technology, taught two others, and will teach two more next year. I've also created ethics material--special class sessions, homework, and end-of-term projects--for thirteen different courses in computer science and engineering.
One of the new courses I developed, Experiential Ethics, you can read about here and here. Some of my work creating ethics material for technical classes was part of a project, Integrating Ethics Education into New Engineering Education Transformation, on which I was a Principal Investigator.