In this workshop, we use this case as an example on how to structure the ethical problem at hand and its underlying principles before moving on to try solving it. Through the game-like structure of the Mapping method, the workshop will engage participants and help them develop essential tools to decide on ethical solutions that are technically feasible. Collaborating with each other, participants test the strength of their ideas and progress gradually towards creating solutions to this real-life problem as well as analyzing how their solution would hold up in other relevant cases such as voice assistant responses and other search result categories. The Mapping helps bring abstract ethical arguments to the ground—in a very literal sense, since the Mapping takes the form of a physical ground game.
Meeting language: English
Registration required, a confirmation e-mail will be sent (maximum capacity: 15 participants)
Time: 6 August, Monday 7–9 pmLocation: Joint Idea (in Kanyon AVM)
For more information and the map: http://aiethicslab.com/2018/07/30/istanbul-mapping/