Emerging technologies are increasingly presenting us with profound questions about how we can, and how we should, arrange our society. With the increasing capabilities and increasing prevalence of emerging technologies, decisions bearing great ethical significance must be addressed, and we urge diverse stakeholders—from academic fields and policy-making to private corporations and the wider public—to come together, to raise their awareness and constructively raise their voices.

Confirmed speakers include: David Danks, Data Science and Philosophy, University of California, San Diego, Lily Irani, Communications and Computer Science, University of California, San Diego, and Jennifer Olsen, Computer Science, University of San Diego.

This conference will take place in-person, on campus at the University of San Diego, and online over the course of two days, Friday April 14 and Saturday, April 15, 2023.

We welcome submissions of 750 word synopses of speakers’ proposed presentations here on topics related but not limited to:

–          Philosophy of technology

–          AI ethics

–          Robot ethics

–          Computer ethics

–          Ethics of automation

–          Responsible research and innovation

–          Surveillance technology

–          Data privacy

–          Transparency

–          Algorithmic fairness

–          Trustworthy AI

–          Sustainable AI

Extended Submission Deadline: March 5, 2023