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www.ethicsinc-ontwerpspel.nl > Huib Aldewereld, Roelant Ossewaarde, Roland Bijvank, Rudy van Belkom and Stefan Leijnen
An Agile Framework for Trustworthy AI
The ethics guidelines put forward by the AI High Level Expert Group (AI-HLEG) present a list of seven key requirements that Human-centered, trustworthy AI systems should meet. These guidelines are useful for the evaluation of AI systems, but can be complemented by applied methods and tools for the development of trustworthy AI systems in practice. In this position paper we propose a framework for translating the AI-HLEG ethics guidelines into the specific context within which an AI system operates. This approach aligns well with a set of Agile principles commonly employed in software engineering.
 · artificial-intelligence · not-read · project-nhl · responsible-ai

link.springer.com > Aline Shakti Franzke, Iris Muis and Mirko Tobias Schäfer
Data Ethics Decision Aid (DEDA): a dialogical framework for ethical inquiry of AI and data projects in the Netherlands
27 jan. 2021 - This contribution discusses the development of the Data Ethics Decision Aid (DEDA), a framework for reviewing government data projects that considers their social impact, the embedded values and the government’s responsibilities in times of data-driven public management. Drawing from distinct qualitative research approaches, the DEDA framework was developed in an iterative process (2016–2018) and has since then been applied by various Dutch municipalities, the Association of Dutch Municipalities, and the Ministry of General Affairs (NL). We present the DEDA framework as an effective process to moderate case-deliberation and advance the development of responsible data practices. In addition, by thoroughly documenting the deliberation process, the DEDA framework establishes accountability. First, this paper sheds light on the necessity for data ethical case deliberation. Second, it describes the prototypes, the final design of the framework, and its evaluation. After a comparison with other frameworks, and a discussion of the findings, the paper concludes by arguing that the DEDA framework is a useful process for ethical evaluation of data projects for public management and an effective tool for creating awareness of ethical issues in data practices.
 · data-ethics · project-nhl

www.tue.nl
Agora: web-based ethics education
The number of Dutch engineering students studying ethics is increasing: students from a wide variety of engineering fields such as information technology, chemistry, biomedical technology, etc., all receive a basic training in ethics.  Personal feedback and discussion is highly desirable when learning ethics, but can be difficult to provide when class sizes are large.  The computer program Agora, named after the marketplace where Socrates said philosophical thinking should take place, was developed to address this issue. The designers of the program were not satisfied with existing electronic models, like the one by Harris et al. in Engineering Ethics; Concepts and Cases, which tend to conceive ethical theories as sets of principles and rules that can be applied to cases and offer little space for critical reflection and personal judgment.  Agora, by contrast, helps provide a deeper understanding of ethical theories and encourages students to engage in ethical reflection.
 · digital-ethics · project-nhl

tict.io
Technology Impact Cycle Tool
Are you designing a (new) technology? Thinking about using a (new) technology? Planning to solve a problem with (new) technology? Or do you want to assess a (new) technology? Then this tool will help you to make better decisions and/or create a better technology. The Technology Impact Cycle Tool helps you to estimate the impact of (new) technology! This tool does that by asking questions. By answering the questions you will gain insight into a lot of facets that are involved in determining the impact of technology. This tool will not tell you what is right or wrong or better. It will help you think about the impact of a (new) technology by asking the right questions so you can make better decisions.
 · ethics · project-nhl

thinkingtool.eu
Societal Readiness Thinking Tool
Hi, and welcome to the Societal Readiness Thinking Tool. The thinking tool offers practical guidance for researchers who wish to mature the societal readiness of their work. The primary goal is to help researchers align their project activities with societal needs and expectations. The thinking tool asks reflective questions to stimulate thinking about how to integrate ideas about responsible research and innovation into research practice, at different stages in the project life. We have designed the tool so that it is useful for researchers engaged in new as well as ongoing projects. Some of the reflective questions used in the tool are adapted from other RRI projects. References for these projects and a detailed account of the tool’s underlying methodology is available here. If your project involves several researchers, we recommend that the full team is involved in using the Societal Readiness Thinking Tool together, and that you reserve sufficient time for discussions along the way. Ideally, the team would use the tool from the from the earliest phases of the project and return at later stages thougout the project life.
 · ethics · project-nhl

www.zylstra.org > Ton Zijlstra
#GlobalEthicsDay2020 : Ethics as a Practice (EaaP) – Interdependent Thoughts
21 oct. 2020 - Today it is Global Ethics Day. My colleague Emily wanted to mark it given our increasing involvement in information ethics, and organised an informal online get together, a Global Ethics Day party, with a focus on data ethics. We showed the participants our work on an ethical reference for using geodata, and the thesis work our newest colleague Pauline finished this spring on ethical leadership within municipal governments. I was asked to kick the event off with some remarks to spark discussion.
 · digital-ethics · project-hva · project-nhl

www.tonybates.ca > Tony Bates
What is the difference between competencies, skills and learning outcomes – and does it matter?
22 oct. 2020 - Bumping into neighbours outside a branch public library can sometimes stimulate a lot of thought. I ran into a fellow consultant (our neighbourhood is full of them) the other day, who made the following comment: ‘Our working group is struggling with differentiating between a learning outcome and a competency. I’ve been searching for good definitions of both terms over the years and have still not found anything that offers a clear and well defined difference between the two. The lack of consistent use of the terms is frustrating.’ She would like to put this question out to the community, and I am more than happy to do so through this blog post.
 · competencies · learning-outcomes · project-nhl · skills

hybridpedagogy.org > Jesse Stommel and Sean Michael Morris
A Guide for Resisting Edtech: the Case against Turnitin
15 jun. 2017 - A funny thing happened on the way to academic integrity. Plagiarism detection software (PDS), like Turnitin, has seized control of student intellectual property. While students who use Turnitin are discouraged from copying other work, the company itself can strip mine and sell student work for profit.
 · critical-thinking · plagiarism · podcast · project-nhl · turnitin

civictechnology.nl
Lectoraat Civic Technology
Het lectoraat Civic Technology van De Haagse Hogeschool ontwikkelt kennis over het ontwerpen en inzetten van interactieve technologie die constructief bijdraagt aan de samenleving, op gebieden als democratie, burgerparticipatie, smart city ontwikkeling, community-building en sociale media.
 · project-nhl