Program

With thanks to sponsorship from:

CEPE 2019 Program

Tuesday, May 28th

10:00

Check-in available outside River Rooms

 

River Rooms 1
(James/Lynnhaven)

River Rooms 2
(York/Potomac)

Hampton and Newport News
Room

 

10:45–12:00

AI Ethics I

Cybersecurity and
Cyberconflict I

Data Ethics

 
 

A Category Theoretic
Model for Anonymity in Computer Networks, Sachio Horie
and Minao Kukita

Defining Security in a
Digital Environment, Kevin Macnish

Special session: Text and
Data Mining in Greece, Marinos
Papadopoulos, Christos Zampakolas and Paraskevi Ganatsiou

 
 

Automated decision making
and the right to human intervention, Fereniki
Panagopoulou Koutnatzi, Natassa Mihailaki, Maria Nikita
and Maria Bottis

Mediating Technomoral Care in Cyberwarfare, Anna Melnyk

Pragmatic Interventions
on Engineering Practices: Ethical Problems Encountered in the Development of
Biometric-Based Border Systems, Jérémy Grosman

 
 

The ethics of artificial
ethics advisors, Elizabeth O’ Neill

Ransomware Attacks: A
Care Based-Stakeholder Approach, Gwenyth
Morgan

 

 

12:00–2:00

Lunch

 

North Cafeteria

2:00–3:15

Opening Plenary: Anna Lauren Hoffman
“Beyond Fairness: Discourse, Violence, and Justice in a Datafied World.”

3:15–3:45

Break

 

River Rooms 1
(James/Lynnhaven)

River Rooms 2
(York/Potomac)

Hampton and Newport News
Room

 

3:45–5:00

AI Ethics II

Cybersecurity and
Cyberconflict II

Professional Ethics I

 

 

(cancelled)

 

Houdini and the Human
Factor in Cybertechnology Security & Ethics, Dane Deutsch

Healthcare at Risk: The
Deficit in Cybersecurity-Medical Professionals, Susan Helser

 

 

 

 

Co-utile Value-Centric
Cybersecurity, Josep Domingo-Ferrer and
Alberto Blanco-Justicia

Trick Effects: Profiling
Female Cyber Security Professionals, Patricia Thomas

 

 

 

Terrorist Narratives,
Counter Terrorist Narratives and Cyber Warfare: Anticipating the Ethical
Issues, Richard Wilson and Michael Nestor

 

On the Ethics of Downstream
Software Use, Marty J. Wolf, Keith Miller, and Frances Grodzinsky

 

6:00–8:00

Cocktail Reception, TASTE on 21st St. Shuttle pickup starts at 5:30 at SpringHill Suites between hotel and parking garage.

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday, May 29th

 

8:00

Check-in available outside River Rooms

 

River Rooms 1
(James/Lynnhaven)

River Rooms 2
(York/Potomac)

Hampton and Newport News
Room

Executive Dining Room

9:00–10:15

Robot and Vehicle Ethics
I

Cybersecurity and
Cyberconflict III

Privacy I

ODU Student Research
Poster Session

 

“How could you even
ask that?” Uncertainty and Vulnerability in Social Robotics, Alexis
Elder

Cambridge Analytica,
Facebook, and Influence Operations: An Anticipatory Ethical Analysis and Case
Study, Richard Wilson and Michael Nestor

What to do when Privacy is Gone, James Brusseau, Pace University

ODU Student Research
Poster Session

 

Polite Technology as an
introduction to morality? Variations on Kant, politeness, social robots and
moral behavior, Bruno Gransche

 

Re-indentification
Controversies in the Context of Big Data: Some Serious Challenges for
Personal Privacy, Herman T. Tavani and Frances S. Grodzinsky

ODU Student Research
Poster Session

 

Confucian Robot Ethics, Qin
Zhu and Ruchen Wen

 

 

ODU Student Research
Poster Session

10:15–10:45

Break

 

River Rooms 1
(James/Lynnhaven)

River Rooms 2
(York/Potomac)

Hampton and Newport News
Room

Executive Dining Room

10:45–12:00

Robot and Vehicle Ethics II

Algorithm Ethics I

Privacy II

ODU Student Research
Poster Session

 

The Incorporation of
Moral Development Language For Machine – Learning Companion Robots, Patrick
Plaisance and Joe Cruz

Rethinking Algorithmic
Bias Through Phenomenology and Pragmatism, Jonathan Flowers

Robots Don’t Violate
Privacy, People Do, Kevin Macnish

ODU Student Research
Poster Session

 

Rightful Machines, Ava
Thomas Wright

Will the “age of algorithmization” be an age of technological
paternalism?, Diane Michelfelder and Logan
Stapleton

A Social-Ontological
Recognitional Model of Privacy, Wulf Loh

ODU Student Research
Poster Session

 

Beyond the Trolley
Problem: Shelf-driving cars, Als, and I/O-machines,
Björn Lundgren

Coding the Neoliberal
Algorithm Assemblage: Ecosia as
Reterritorialization, Tyler DeAtley

Twitter Privacy Concern:
The Effect of Twitter Profile, Jehad Al Amri

ODU Student Research
Poster Session

12:00–2:00

Lunch

12:00–12:30: INSEIT Board Meeting (closed), Executive Dining Room

12:30–1:00: INSEIT Board open forum, North Cafeteria

 

North Cafeteria

2:00–3:15

Weizenbaum Award Address: Herman Tavani
“The State of ICT Ethics as a Philosophic Field: A Brief Look Back, and a Look Ahead.”

 

3:15–3:45

Break

 

River Rooms 1
(James/Lynnhaven)

River Rooms 2
(York/Potomac)

Hampton and Newport News
Room

North Cafeteria

3:45–5:00

Robot and Vehicle Ethics III

Algorithm Ethics II

Privacy III

AI Ethics III

 

Driving into
Cybersecurity Trouble with Autonomous Vehicles, Calvin Nobles and Darrell
Burrell

 

Transparency
of algorithmic decision-making: Will trade secrets, copyrights, and patents
related to machine learning crush the right to explanation?
, Paul B. de Laat

Big data and the
reference class problem: What can we legitimately infer about individuals?
Catherine Greene

Human supremacy as
posthuman risk, Daniel Estrada

 

Autonomous Vechicles and Non-Occupant Safety, Joseph Herkert, Jason Borenstein, and Keith Miller

Self-fulfilling
Prophecies in Recommendations of Products and Information, Owen King and Mayli Mertens

Information Privacy: not
just GDPR, Danilo Bruschi

Al: risk, fallibilism, and trust. A Bayesian approach, Ioan Muntean

 

A Scenario-based Holistic
Risk Identification and Assessment Analysis for Robotics in Healthcare
System, Sujatha Alla and Ali Kucukozyigit

Difference between
Algorithmic Processing and the Process of Lifeworld, Domenico Schneider

The Ethics of Processing
Personal Data in Advanced Video Analytics, Philip Brey

Humanizing Al-centric
Environments, Sabine Thuermel

6:00—

Conference Dinner, Slover Library. Shuttle pickup starts at 5:15 at SpringHill Suites between hotel and parking garage.

 

 

 

 

 

Thursday, May 30th

8:00

Check in available outside River Rooms

 

River Rooms 1 (James/Lynnhaven)

River Rooms 2
(York/Potomac)

Hampton and Newport News
Room

 

9:00–10:15

Health Care

Professional Ethics II

Lived Experiences of Technology

 
 

Datafication of Health and Epistemic Wrongs, Chirag Arora

 

What We Talk About When We Talk About Ethics, Natalie Garrett and Casey Fiesler

The Affective Politics of Twitter, Johnathan Flowers

 
 

Exploring tele-medicine
through the Internet of Things as a marketplace disruption, Darrell Norman Burrell, Prerna Sangle,
Dr. Calvin Nobles and Sharon Burton

“Avoid harm” considered
harmful: does the ACM Code of Ethics advocate harm?, Catherine Flick,
Michael Kirkpatrick, Don Gotterbarn and Marty J. Wolf

Political Contamination
Online: The Violence of Perceived Social Isolation in Cyberspace, Charles Dworetz

 
 

The Ethics of Algorithms
and Big Data in Digital Disease Detection, Valerie Racine

The Dangers of Purity
Politics in Popular Understandings of Computer Ethics, Karen Rice

Cyborg Maintenance: Bio
Bugs, Computer Bugs, and Breakdown, Joshua Earle

 

10:15–10:45

Break

 

River Rooms 1
(James/Lynnhaven)

River Rooms 2 (York/Potomac)

Hampton and Newport News
Room

 

10:45–12:00

Labour and Employment

Algorithm Ethics IV

Self-Identity

 
 

Pipelining, mobilities,
and online applications: how digital literacy impacts the IPS model, Jack Viere

Algorithmic transparency
as publicity, Michele Loi, Eleonora Viganò, and Andrea Ferrario

Hacking the Extended
Mind: The Security implications of the New Metaphysics, Robin Zebrowski
and Paul Syverson

 
 

Replacing Manned Supply
Chains and the Need for Work Alternatives, Luke Golemon, Thomas Broy, and Fritz Allhoff

Digital Segregation: A
threat to democracy, Rider Foley, John Kofi Eshirow, Paul Codjoe, and Sam Nadjari

 

A Critique of Metadata
Determinism, Will Baldwin

 
 

An innovative solution
for the workforce development shortage of qualified cybersecurity faculty, Darrell
Norman Burrell, Dr. Calvin Nobles and Dr. Maurice Dawson

Algorithmic fairness, Anders
Herlitz

Stoic Self-Tracking:
Towards a Stoic Technology of the Self as an App, Katleen Gabriels and Richard Volkman

 

12:00–2:00

Lunch

 

 

North Cafeteria

2:00–3:15

Closing Plenary: Deborah Johnson
“What Are We to ‘Make’ of Humanoid Sex Robots?”