Cansu is a philosopher and the founder+director of the AI Ethics Lab, where she leads teams of computer scientists, philosophers, and legal scholars to provide ethics analysis and guidance to researchers and practitioners. She has a Ph.D. in philosophy specializing in applied ethics. She primarily works on ethics of technology, having previously worked on ethics and health. Prior to the AI Ethics Lab, she was a lecturer at the University of Hong Kong, and a researcher at the Harvard Law School, Harvard School of Public Health, Harvard Medical School, National University of Singapore, Osaka University, and the World Health Organization. She tweets @ccansu.
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(Listen to the podcast “All About AI Ethics with AI Ethics Lab Founder, Cansu Canca” to learn more about how it all started.)
Upcoming: Ethics of AI Research with Human Subjects | Bogazici University | Online, 8 August 2020
The Role of AI in Post-Pandemic Era | Harvard Global Health Institute + MIT Critical Data + Novartis Foundation | Online, July 2020
Artificial Intelligence & Human Subject Protection | CITI Program | Online, May 2020
The Ethics of Contact Tracing for COVID-19 | All Tech is Human | Online, April 2020
AI Ethics: Applying Theories to Ethical Design | MIT Sloan Business School | Cambridge, January 2020
How to Solve AI’s Ethical Puzzles | TEDxCambridge | Boston, November 2019
A Practical Guide to Integrating AI Ethics | MIT Technology Review | Singapore, November 2019
IRBs for AI: An Unintelligent Choice | University of Oxford, Future of Humanity Institute | Oxford, November 2019
AI, Ethics, and Public Safety | U.S. Department of Justice | Memphis, September 2019
Law, Ethics, and AI | Harvard Law School | Cambridge, April 2019
Integrating Ethics into AI Research & Development | Harvard Business School | Boston, February 2019
Machine Learning in Healthcare & Its Effects on Clinical Research | International Conference on Applied Ethics | Kyoto, December 2018
For further information and booking, please see Cansu’s WSB page.
Operationalizing AI Ethics Principles | Communications of the ACM | forthcoming
AI & Ethics in Human Subject Research | CITI Program | forthcoming
Human Rights and AI Ethics – Why Ethics Cannot be Replaced by the UDHR | United Nations University, Centre for Policy Research
A New Model for AI Ethics in R&D | Forbes AI
A User-Focused Transdisciplinary Research Agenda for AI-Enabled Health Tech Governance | Harvard University Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society
Machine Learning as the Enemy of Science? Not Really. | Harvard Law School, Bill of Health
Voice Assistants, Health, and Ethical Design | Harvard Law School, Bill of Health