Let’s Get Ethical is a podcast produced by the Centre for Ethics which breaks down pressing ethical issues through conversations with a variety of experts. Listen & subscribe on SoundCloud | Spotify | Stitcher | iTunes | RSS

Take a listen to a recent Let’s Get Ethical episode:

Medical Ethics and the Neurosurgeon (feat. Sunit Das)

Red-pilling, Anti-feminism, and the Internet (feat. Suzanne van Geuns)

The New Literacy in an AI World (feat. Mark Kingwell)

Curate your own à-la-carte podcast by selecting from the menu of Centre for Ethics events, all streamable & downloadable, individually & as playlists, on SoundCloud | iTunes. To get notified when upcoming lectures are added, we recommend subscribing to this podcast, on any–or all–of the following podcast platforms: iTunes | Spotify | StitcherSoundCloud | RSS

Choose from over 100 lectures on a wide range of topics, from the ethics of empire to the ethics of machine learning to the ethics of … Leonard Cohen. Here are a few samples:

Yannik Thiem, Trans*Formative Philosophy: Queer, Ordinary, Intimate

James Forman Jr., Locking Up Our Own: Crime and Punishment in Black America

John Basl, Artifact Welfare?: A Problem of Exclusion for Biocentrism

Jennifer Morton, The Ethical Costs of Upward Mobility


Join hosts Jeremy Davis & Eric Mathison as they explore everyday ethical questions such as “Should I Order the Fish?” and “What Can Money Buy?” in this thought-provoking 10-episode podcast series, available on SoundCloud | Stitcher | iTunes | RSS

A couple of highlights:

Why Is It Okay to Make Fun of Elites?

What Can Money Buy?

A selection of C4E interviews and talks exploring the normative dimensions of AI and related technologies in individual and public life, brought to you by the interdisciplinary Ethics of AI Lab at the Centre for Ethics, University of Toronto. Listen/download/subscribe: SoundCloud | iTunes | Spotify | RSS!

Here’s a sample:

Ida Koivisto, Thinking Inside the Box: Transparency in Automated Decision-Making

Ifeoma Ajunwa, The Paradox of Automation as Anti-Bias Intervention

Michael Kearns, The Ethical Algorithm

Chelsea Barabas, Beyond Accuracy and Bias: The Pursuit of “Ethical AI” in Criminal Law

Jason Jackson, The Ethics of AI: A Political Economy Approach

Ethics of AI: Avery Slater, Kill Switch: The Ethics of the Halting Problem

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The Ethics of COVID Podcast presents an interdisciplinary series of online events exploring ethical dimensions of the COVID crisis in podcast format. The podcast covers a wide variety of perspectives including legal, economic, political and historical focuses. To get notified when upcoming lectures are added, we recommend subscribing to the C4e Radio, on any–or all–of the following podcast platforms: iTunes | Spotify | Stitcher | SoundCloud | RSS

A few samples:

Petra Molnar, Borders and Pandemics: Surveillance Won’t Stop the Coronavirus [➡︎watch the video]

Veena Dubal, Surveillance Is Not a Social Good: Technocapital, Public Health, and the Pandemic [➡︎watch the video]

Roberta K. Timothy, Race Matters: Ethical Implications of COVID-19 [➡︎watch the video]

Teresa Scassa, Pandemic Privacy [➡︎watch the video]

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The Ethics of Black Lives Matter Podcast presents the series of interdisciplinary online events in podcast format. The series features perspectives on racial justice, policing, political futures, and more from scholars in Canada, Germany, France, the Caribbean, and the United States. To get notified when upcoming episodes are added, we recommend subscribing to C4eRadio, on any of the following podcast platforms: iTunes | Spotify | Stitcher | SoundCloud | RSS

A few examples:

Daniel Loick & Vanessa E. Thompson, Breathing and Unbreathing: The Chokeholds of Racism [➡︎watch the video]

Charisse Burden-Stelly & Sandy Placido, Radical Ethics and Black Lives Matter: Pan-Caribbean Perspectives on Capitalism, Imperialism, State Violence, and Antiblackness [➡︎watch the video]

A Conversation Between Rachel Herzing and Amna Akbar [➡︎watch the video]

* Also Sprach Zarathustra by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (Source: https://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?keywords=Zarathustra; Artist: http://incompetech.com/).