You are invited to submit an abstract for a five-minute ‘lightning’ presentation on an ethics in AIED research issue with which you have been engaging.
Presentations may cover a range of topics, including but not limited to questions such as:
- What are the criteria for ethically acceptable AIED?
- How does the transient nature of student goals, interests and emotions impact on the ethics of AIED?
- What are the AIED ethical obligations of private organisations (developers of AIED products) and public authorities (schools and universities involved in AIED research)?
- How might schools, students and teachers opt out from, or challenge, how they are represented in large datasets?
- What are the ethical implications of many ITS and other AIED approaches adopting an instructionist approach to learning?
- What are the ethical implications of not being able to easily interrogate how AIED deep decisions (using multi-level neural networks) are made?
Abstracts should be submitted to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Abstracts deadline: Monday 29 July (23.59 UK time)