This is the final session exploring and explaining key ethical concepts as they may apply to computational research.
This session will focus on two key themes:
Responsible design including potential use of tools, e.g. automation/facial recognition and input and output bias
Interaction with ethics, e.g. engaging participants, ethics and internet-mediated research
The session will be led by Michael Castelle of the university of Warwick,. Michael's work focuses on the use of sociological, anthropological, historical, and semiotic perspectives in recontextualizing and understanding contemporary technological practices, from databases and distributed systems to machine learning and artificial intelligence.
Joining details will be sent to applicants during the day on Wednesday 10 November.
This event is only open to those working or studying at one of the N8 Research Partnership universities. Please register using your academic (.ac.uk) e-mail address to help confirm your eligibility.