Sessions (Preliminary)

Each session is 1 hour long and includes 4 presentations of 10' each (included questions), followed by a 20 minutes panel with the authors of the presented papers as panelists. The session chair will moderate the panel.

AI session 1 (value alignment)

Feb.2nd, 10:15-11:15am
Chair: Jason Furman

Maite Lopez-Sanchez, Marc Serramia, Juan Antonio Rodriguez-Aguilar, Carlos Ansotegui, Javier Morales and Michael Wooldridge. Exploiting moral values to choose the right norms

Andrea Loreggia, Nicholas Mattei, Francesca Rossi and Kristen Brent Venable. Preferences and Ethical Principles in Decision Making

Ryan Carey. Incorrigibility in the CIRL Framework

Collin Johnson and Benjamin Kuipers. Socially-Aware Navigation Using Topological Maps and Social Norm Learning

AI session 2 (bias and fairness)

Feb.2nd, 11:15-12:15am
Chair: Jason Furman

John Li, Lucas Dixon, Nithum Thain, Lucy Vasserman and Jeffrey Sorensen. Measuring and Mitigating Unintended Bias in Text Classification

Naman Goel, Mohammad Yaghini and Boi Faltings. Non-Discriminatory Machine Learning through Convex Fairness Criteria

Edward Raff, Jared Sylvester and Steven Mills. Fair Forests: Regularized Tree Induction to Minimize Model Bias

Sarah Tan, Rich Caruana, Giles Hooker and Yin Lou. Detecting Bias in Black-Box Models Using Transparent Model Distillation

AI and law session 1 (Reponsibility)

Feb.2nd, 2:00-3:00pm
Chair: Gary Marchant

Cindy Grimm, Bill Smart and Woodrow Hartzog. Using Education as a Model to Capture Good-Faith Effort for Autonomous Systems

Daniel Tobey. Software Malpractice in the Age of AI: A Guide for the Wary Tech Company

Lav Varshney and Deepak Somaya. Embodiment, Anthropomorphism, and Intellectual Property Rights for AI Creations

Sjur Kristoffer Dyrkolbotn, Truls Pedersen and Marija Slavkovik. On the distinction between implicit and explicit ethical agency

AI and law session 2 (Governance)

Feb.2nd, 3:00-4:00pm
Chair: Gary Marchant

Olivia Johanna Erdelyi and Judy Goldsmith. Regulating Artificial Intelligence: Proposal for a Global Solution

Wendell Wallach and Gary Marchant. An Agile Ethical/Legal Model for the International and National Governance of AI and Robotics

Matthijs Maas. Regulating for ‘normal AI accidents’: operational lessons for the responsible governance of AI deployment

Stephen Cave and Sean O Heigeartaigh. An AI Race: Rhetoric and Risks

AI session 3 (ethical issues and models)

Feb.3rd, 10:15-11:15am
Chair: Francesca Rossi

Bobbie Eicher, Lalith Polepeddi and Ashok Goel. Jill Watson Doesn’t Care if You’re Pregnant: Grounding AI Ethics in Empirical Studies

Peter Henderson, Koustuv Sinha, Nicolas Angelard-Gontier, Nan Rosemary Ke, Genevieve Fried, Ryan Lowe and Joelle Pineau. Ethical Challenges in Data-Driven Dialogue Systems

Dieter Vanderelst and Alan Winfield. The Dark side of Ethical Robots

Richard Kim, Max Kleiman-Weiner, Andres Abeliuk, Edmond Awad, Sohan Dsouza, Josh Tenenbaum and Iyad Rahwan. A Computational Model of Commonsense Moral Decision Making

AI session 4 (transparency and social good)

Feb.3rd, 11:15am-12:15pm
Chair: Francesca Rossi

Fan-Yun Sun, Yen-Yu Chang, Yueh-Hua Wu and Shou-De Lin. Designing Non-greedy Reinforcement Learning Agents with Diminishing Reward Shaping

Rahul Iyer, Yuezhang Li, Huao Li, Michael Lewis, Ramitha Sundar and Katia Sycara. Transparency and Explanation in Deep Reinforcement Learning Neural Networks

Sungyong Seo, Hau Chan, P. Jeffrey Brantingham, Jorja Leap, Phebe Vayanos, Milind Tambe and Yan Liu. Partially Generative Neural Networks for Gang Crime Classification with Partial Information

Mahmoudreza Babaei, Juhi Kulshrestha, Abhijnan Chakraborty, Fabricio Benevenuto, Krishna P. Gummadi and Adrian Weller. Purple Feed: Identifying High Consensus News Posts on Social Media

AI and philosophy session 1 (Ethics and policy)

Feb.3rd, 2:00-3:00pm
Chair: Huw Price

Mathieu D'Aquin, Pinelopi Troullinou, Noel O'Connor, Aindrias Cullen, Gráinne Faller and Louise Holden. Towards an “Ethics by Design” methodology for AI research projects

Ross Gruetzemacher. Rethinking AI Strategy and Policy as Entangled Super Wicked Problems

Alex John London and David Danks. Regulating Autonomous Vehicles: A Policy Proposal

Max Kramer, Jana Schaich Borg, Vincent Conitzer and Walter Sinnott-Armstrong. When Do People Want AI to Make Decisions?

AI and philosophy session 2 (Machine Ethics)

Feb.3rd, 3:00-4:00pm
Chair: Huw Price

Daniel Estrada. Value Alignment, Fair Play, and the Rights of Service Robots

Michael Scheessele. A framework for grounding the moral status of intelligent machines

Emily Larosa and David Danks. Impacts on Trust of Healthcare AI

John Hooker and Tae Wan Kim. Toward Non-Intuition-Based Machine Ethics