Ethics, Computing, and Artificial Intelligence Conference at Dartmouth College

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Ethics, Computing, and Artificial Intelligence Conference at Dartmouth College

Celebrating the work of Professor Jim Moor, Daniel P. Stone Professor in Intellectual and Moral Philosophy

Tuesday, November 14, 2017
12:00pm-3:30pm
Class of 1930 Room, Rockefeller Center
Intended Audience(s): Public
Categories: Conferences

November 14-15, 2017

Program Schedule

Tuesday, November 14, 2017
Class of 1930 Room, Rockefeller Center

12:00pm Welcome

Session 1: 12:30-1:45
“Does it Take a Village to Train a Computer?” Susan Sterrett (Wichita State)

Session 2: 2:00-3:30
“AI, Agency and Responsibility: The VW Emission Fraud Case and Beyond” Deborah G. Johnson (Virginia)

Break

4:30-6:30: Annual Francis W. Gramlich Memorial Lecture in Philosophy
2 Rockefeller Center
“Physical Noncomputability and the Nature of Information Processing”
Jack Copeland (Canterbury)

6:30 Conference Reception and Dinner


Wednesday, November 15, 2017
Hayward Room, Hanover Inn

8:30am Breakfast

Session 3: 9:15-10:30
“AI, Algorithmic Opacity, and the Shrinking Space of Moral Reasons” Shannon Vallor (Santa Clara)

Session 4: 10:45-12:00
“Ethics, Information, and Our ‘It-from-Bit’ Universe” Terrell Ward Bynum (Southern Connecticut)

12:15 Closing Reception and Lunch

 

Convened by:
Professor Adina Roskies
Professor Samuel Levey


Sponsored by: Philosophy Department, Neukom Institute, Provost’s Office, Ethics Institute, Institute for Cross-Disciplinary Engagement at Dartmouth, Leslie Humanities Center.

 

For more information, contact:
Marcia Welsh
(603) 646-3738

Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.