The half-day ETHICS in AIED: Who Cares? 2019 workshop (date and venue to be confirmed) will comprise:
Intro: Welcome and Introduction
Wayne Holmes will welcome participants and will briefly summarise the outcomes of the first Ethics in AIED: Who Cares? workshop (held at AIED 2018).
Part 1: ETHICS in AIED: What’s the problem?
Presentations by Professors Beverly Woolf and Rose Luckin, highlighting some key ethics in AIED issues, looking at what has happened since last year, and considering where we are now.
Part 2: ETHICS in AIED: Addressing the Challenges
Round-table small-group discussions, each triggered by an ethics vignette or a provocative statement, and reported back to the main workshop.
Part 3: ETHICS in AIED: Mapping the Landscape
Up to five AIED conference participants to each give a five-minute ‘lightning’ presentation on an ethics in AIED research issue in which they have engaged.
Part 4: Envisioning ETHICS in AIED 2025
A whole-workshop discussion considering what Ethics in AIED 2025 will look like (what issues need to be overcome, what new ethical issues might arise, which stakeholders need to be involved). The overarching aim will be to identify and propose ethics in AIED policies for the International AIED Society and future AIED conferences to address.