Episode 5: Ethics and Computing
Ethics in computing is a practical philosophy concerned with how computing professionals should make decisions regarding professional and social conduct. How does a self-driving car decide which direction to veer with the conundrum of hitting a mailbox versus hitting a pedestrian? Does facial recognition identify all types of facial features and skin colors? Can a crime algorithm predict whether a first-time offender will break the law again? Ethics in computing forces us to consider important questions like how an algorithm, artificial intelligence, or piece of technology may impact all of us. Join NCWIT Counselors for Computing as we discuss the ever-growing field of Ethics in Computing with Jess Smith, a machine learning and AI ethics PhD Student at the University of Colorado.
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All participants receive the NCWIT Counselors for Computing (C4C) Resource Kit.