Ethics and Privacy Week 2023, a series of online and in-person lectures
DCU Ethics and Privacy Week 2023
DCU is organising a series of online and in-person lectures during 'Ethics and Privacy Week'. These events will take place from Jan 30th - Feb 2nd and will feature four lunchtime sessions on wide ranging topics from ‘Ethical Implications of AI’ to ‘Digital Safety: AI, Social Media, Bias, and Harm’. This lunchtime lecture series will bring together a variety of experts to discuss the current issues and responsibilities related to ethics and privacy.
As these issues are relevant to all, everyone is welcome to attend:
-Online session, Monday, January 30th (1 - 2pm): Using data to “nudge” people to be eco-friendly
-Online session, Tuesday, January 31st (1 - 2pm): Ethical Implications of AI
-DCU Glasnevin Campus, Wednesday, February 1st (1 - 2pm): Has an algorithm stopped your career dreams?
-Online session, Thursday, February 2nd (1 - 2pm): Panel Discussion - Digital Safety: AI, Social Media, Bias, and Harm.
Complimentary lunch and refreshments will be available at the on-campus event from 12.30 pm on Wednesday, February 1st. Venue SA105.
For more information, and to register, please click here.