Jeremy Greenberg, Chloe Autio, Sara Jordan

Understanding this is a bit “adjacent” to more typical privacy conversations, it is also the case that the more recent focus on Ethics governance of AI and ML systems is being driven by the “Privacy +” aspects of social impact, potential harms, and general data management challenges engendered by these systems in ways that traditional privacy practices and evaluations could no longer scale up to cover. What exactly should an Ethics Board do – when should a company have one, and what role should it play?

Jeremy Greenberg, Policy Fellow, Future of Privacy Forum
Chloe Autio, Policy Analyst, Intel Corporation
Sara Jordan, Assistant Professor, Data Analytics and Research Ethics, Virgina Tech

Readings:

Building Data and AI Ethics Committees
Accenture and Northeastern University Ethics Institute (2019)

A.I. Ethics Boards Should Be Based on Human Rights
Evan Selinger and Brenda Leong

Artificial Intelligence The Public Policy Opportunity
Intel (2017)

Chloe Autio
Chloe Autio

Policy Analyst
Intel Corporation

Jeremy Greenberg x
Jeremy Greenberg

Policy Fellow
Future of Privacy Forum

Sara Jordan
Sara Jordan

Assistant Professor, Data Analytics and Research Ethics
Virgina Tech