Gradient Institute, along with the Centre of Translational Data Science from the University of Sydney and the Humanising Machine Intelligence project from the ANU is organising the second edition of the Ethics of Data Science Conference, which will take place from 25-27 March 2020 at the University of Sydney.
This is a multidisciplinary research conference bringing together researchers and practitioners working on computer science, law, philosophy and other areas with the common purpose of bringing ethical considerations to the core of data science practice as well as the design and use of AI systems. The conference aims to be a forum for academia, industry, government and the not for profit sector to jointly explore issues at the juncture of tech and ethics.
The conference will feature distinguished international invited speakers, as well as a series of masterclasses from expert scholars and practitioners. The conference has a call for papers with submission deadline on 13 January 2020. For further details on the program and call for papers, check the conference website here.