In 2018 over 300 academics, philosophers, lawyers, technology experts, policy makers and other key stakeholders came together at the second annual Digital Ethics Summit on 12 December to discuss the progress made over the last twelve months to build the capacity and capabilities needed to recognise, identify and address digital ethical issues and concerns.
The event was organised by techUK in partnership with the Royal Statistical Society, Wellcome Trust, Royal Society, British Academy, University of Oxford Data Ethics Lab, Open Data Institute, the RSA, The Alan Turing Institute and the Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence and The Nuffield Foundation’s Ada Lovelace Institute. 2018 event sponsors were Microsoft, Intel, Gemserv, Kemp Little, Quantum Black, Splunk and Taylor Vinters.
In case you missed the event, a round-up of the day can be read here and event sessions can be viewed in their entirety below.
Digital Ethics Summit overview
Kate Rosenshine, Microsoft
Luciano Floridi, Professor of Philosophy and Ethics of Information
Riccardo Masucci, Intel
Click here to see the full collection of photos from the Digital Ethics Summit 2018
Recorded event sessions
All event sessions were recorded in their entirety, please click the relevant session below to view.
techUK welcome - Antony Walker, Deputy CEO, techUK
AI will shape the future, how will we shape an ethical AI? - Kate Rosenshine, Cloud Solution Architect Manager, Data & AI, Financial Services and Insurance, Microsoft
Ministerial Keynote - Margot James MP, Minister of State, Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport
Recorded Address- Elizabeth Denham, Information Commissioner, Information Commisioner's Office (ICO)
Keynote - Sir Alan Wilson, Chair, Ada Lovelace Institute
Keynote Address - Luciano Floridi, Professor of Philosophy and Ethics of Information Oxford University and Director of Digital Ethics Lab Oxford Internet Institute
Morning breakout sessions
What progress has been made in the last twelve months and have we achieved what is needed?
Public Engagement - What are the public telling us and how do we get this right?
Ethics in Practice by Business
Afternoon breakout sessions
Ethics as a competitive advantage in an international context
How can we improve data rights and controls for individuals?
Ethics in Practice by Public Sector
Plenary panel discussion - What do we need for 2019?
Please see below presentations which we have been given permission to share:
Kate Rosenshine, Cloud Solution Architect Manager, Data & AI, Financial Services and Insurance, Microsoft