C4eJournal: Perspectives on Ethics

☛ 2017 ☚

Inaugural C4E Public Lecture

Symposium: The Ethics of Apology: Interdisciplinary & International Perspectives

Forum: Leonard Cohen: Ethics & the Artist

Forum: “Project Marie”: Policing Sexuality in Law, Ethics, Policy

Forum: Anti-Authoritarian Professional Ethics for Academics: Doing the Right Thing in the Era of Trump

Forum: The Ethics of Ethics and Literature

Simon Stern, The Ethics of Legal Fictions [2017 C4eJ 29]

Forum: How Should We Vote? Electoral Reform in Canada

Sandro Ambuehl, The Ethics and Economics of Incentivizing the Uninformed [2017 C4eJ 34]

Forum: Legal Ethics in the Age of Law & Tech

Joe Halpern, Moral Responsibility, Blameworthiness, and Intention: In Search of Formal Definitions [2017 C4eJ 38] (Ethics of AI in Context)

Aaron Ancell, Utopianism and Political Irrationality [2017 C4eJ 39]

Eva-Lynn Jagoe, The Ethics of the Individual [2017 C4eJ 40]

Mark Kingwell, Respect and the Artificial Other [2017 C4eJ 41] (Ethics of AI in Context)

Sheila Jasanoff: Ethical Futures, Imagination and Governance in an Unequal World [2017 C4eJ 42] (Public Lecture)

Sunit Das, AI in Medicine: Hopes? Nightmares? [2017 C4eJ 43] (Ethics of AI in Context)

Lucia Zedner, Policing Civility in Public Space: Civil Orders and Uncivil Practices [2017 C4eJ 44]

Guy Kahane, Runaway Trolleys or Distant Strangers? [2017 C4eJ 45]

Patrick Keilty, Sorry/Not Sorry: Sexual Regulation and Apology at the Toronto Police Service [2017 C4eJ 46] (Symposium)

Mark Kingwell, Apologies: A Stylistic Investigation [2017 C4eJ 47] (Symposium)

Sunit Das, Medical, Legal and Ethical Definitions of Futility [2017 C4eJ 48]

Brian Cantwell Smith, Reckoning and Judgment [2017 C4eJ 49] (Ethics of AI in Context)

Hector Levesque, Rethinking the Place of Thinking in Intelligent Behaviour [2017 C4eJ 50] (Ethics of AI in Context)

Molly Sauter, Algorithmic Ethics and Personhood [2017 C4eJ 51] (Ethics of AI in Context)

Symposium: James Forman, Locking Up Our Own: Crime and Punishment in Black America (2017) (Pulitzer Prize Winner)

Craig Scott, Political Ethics and the House of Commons Electoral Reform Process [2017 C4eJ 54] (Forum)

☛ 2018 ☚

Symposium: Mara Marin, Connected by Commitment: Oppression and Our Responsibility to Undermine It (2017)

Symposium: Richard Moon, Putting Faith in Hate: When Religion Is the Source or Target of Hate Speech (2018)

Symposium: Abraham Rotstein, Myth, Mind and Religion: The Apocalyptic Narrative (2017)

Symposium: Leo Zaibert, Rethinking Punishment (2018)

Joshua Knobe, Norms and Normality [2018 C4eJ 18]

Audrey Macklin, Resettler Society: Private Refugee Sponsorship and Citizenship [2018 C4eJ 19]

Panel: Sidewalk Toronto: Ethics in the “Smart City”

Frank Rudzicz, The Future of Automated Healthcare [2018 C4eJ 25] (Ethics of AI in Context)

Mireille Hildebrandt, The Ethics of Agonistic Machine Learning [2018 C4eJ 26] (Ethics of AI in Context)

Pamela Robinson, Canadian Smart Cities: Defining the Public Good [2018 C4eJ 27] (Ethics in the City)

Richard Zemel, Ensuring Fair and Responsible Automated Decisions [2018 C4eJ 28] (Ethics of AI in Context)

Regina Rini, Democracy and Social Media are Incompatible: Now What? [2018 C4eJ 29]

Mireille Hildebrandt, The Ethics of Smart Cities: Interacting with Non-Human Agents [2018 C4eJ 30] (Ethics in the City)

John-Stewart Gordon, Moral Experts vs. Ethical Theories [2018 C4eJ 31]

Mariana Valverde, The End of Public Works? The Politics of Infrastructure and the Quiet Decline of Local Democracy [2018 C4eJ 32] (Ethics in the City)

Emily Baxter, We Are All Criminals [2018 C4eJ 33]

Bianca Wylie, Countering the Digital Consensus: The Political Economy of the Smart City [2018 C4eJ 34] (Ethics in the City)

Jeremy Davis, The Algebra of Partiality [2018 C4eJ 35]

Jessica Rosenfeld, Winners, Wasters, and the Shadow of Envy [2018 C4eJ 36]

Mark Fox, Are We Building Smart Cities on Dumb Information Systems? [2018 C4eJ 37] (Ethics in the City)

Kathryn Hume, Ethical Algorithms: Bias and Explainability in Machine Learning [2018 C4eJ 38] (Ethics of AI in Context)

Ronald Deibert, These Are the Sensors in My Neighbourhood [2018 C4eJ 39] (Ethics in the City)

Peter Brooks, The Chameleon Poet and the Ethics of Reading [2018 C4eJ 40] (Public Lecture)

Klaus Günther, Freedom in a Universe of Echoes? [2018 C4eJ 41]

Lea Ypi, Eleven Theses on Migration in the Capitalist State [2018 C4eJ 42]

Petra Molnar, Bots at the Gate: A Human Rights Analysis of Automated Decision Making in Canada’s Immigration and Refugee System [2018 C4eJ 43]

Moshe Vardi, The Ethical Crisis in Computing? [2018 C4eJ 44] (Ethics of AI in Context)

Simone Chambers, Democracy and Constitutional Reform [2018 C4eJ 45]

E.G. Rajan, Crime Prediction Support System [2018 C4eJ 46]

Kelly Hannah-Moffat: Response to E.G. Rajan on Crime Prediction Support System [2018 C4eJ 47]

Mark S. Fox, Accountable AI Systems [2018 C4eJ 48] (Ethics of AI in Context)

Nils Holtug, Does Nationhood Promote Egalitarian Justice? [2018 C4eJ 49]

Hilary Evans Cameron, Refugee Law’s Fact-Finding Crisis [2018 C4eJ 50]

Colin Grey, Cosmopolitan Pariahs [2018 C4eJ 51]

John Vervaeke, Why the Creation of A.I. Requires the Cultivation of Wisdom on Our Part [2018 C4eJ 52] (Ethics of AI in Context)

Avery Slater, Kill-Switch: The Ethics of the Halting Problem [2018 C4eJ 53] (Ethics of AI in Context)

Ken Greenberg, A Human-centred Use of Technology in Cities [2018 C4eJ 54] (Ethics in the City)

Nicola Lacetera, Ethical Concerns and the Reach of Markets: Paying Kidney Donors [2018 C4eJ 55]

☛ 2019 ☚

Sunit Das, Vinyas Harish & Felipe Morgado, Artificial Intelligence, Medical Diagnostics and the Limits of Certainty [2019 C4eJ 1]

Michael Kearns, The Ethical Algorithm [2019 C4eJ 2]

Tracey Lauriault, From Aspiration to Reality: Open Smart Cities [2019 C4eJ 3]

Patti Lenard, The Ethics of Citizen Selection of Refugees for Resettlement [2019 C4eJ 4]

Étienne Brown, Misinformation and Freedom of Expression [2019 C4eJ 5]

Rachel Nolan, The Ethics of International Adoption [2019 C4eJ 6]

Kelly Hannah-Moffat, Risk, Intersectional Inequalities and Racial Proxies [2019 C4eJ 7]

Ashley Rubin, Deviance, Deviants, and Dirtbags: Toward a Neo-Institutional Criminology of Rock Climbing [2019 C4eJ 8]

Chelsea Barabas, Beyond Accuracy and Bias: The Pursuit of “Ethical AI” in Criminal Law [2019 C4eJ 9]

Thilo Schaefer, Theorizing Densification: Balancing Self-Determination and Exclusion in the Housing Market [2019 C4eJ 10]

Symposium: Toward a Handbook of Ethics of AI: An Interdisciplinary Workshop

Tom Parr, On Private Discrimination [2019 C4eJ 20]

Robert Vipond, What Does it Take to be “Truly One of Us”? [2019 C4eJ 21]

Jennifer Morton, The Ethical Costs of Upward Mobility [2019 C4eJ 22]

Virginia Eubanks, Automating Inequality: How High-Tech Tools Profile, Police and Punish the Poor [2019 C4eJ 23]

Sheila McIlraith, Making Good Decisions and Getting AI to Do the Same [2019 C4eJ 24]

Benjamin Berger, Indigenous Rights, Sovereignty, and the Heart of Religious Freedom [2019 C4eJ 25]

Theresa Enright, Underground Arts: The Cultural Politics of Mass Transit [2019 C4eJ 26]

Nagla Rizk: Artificial Intelligence and Inequality in the Middle East [2019 C4eJ 27]

Symposium: Mark Kingwell, Wish I Were Here: Boredom and the Interface (2019)

Ifeoma Ajunwa, The Paradox of Automation as Anti-Bias Intervention [2019 C4eJ 33]

Teresa Heffernan, The Ethical Imagination: Humanities versus Artificial Intelligence [2019 C4eJ 34]

Jill Ross, Horatian Poetics and Moral Theory in the Middle Ages [2019 C4eJ 35]

Luvell Anderson, Navigating Racial Satire [2019 C4eJ 36]

Marzyeh Ghassemi, Can Machines Learn from Our Mistakes? [2019 C4eJ 37]

Elena Comay del Junco, Aristotle and the Ethics of Nature [2019 C4eJ 38]

John Basl, Artifact Welfare?: A Problem of Exclusion for Biocentrism [2019 C4eJ 39]

John Basl & Jeff Behrends, Why Everyone Has It Wrong About the Ethics of Autonomous Vehicles [2019 C4eJ 40]

Jeff Behrends, Ethics Education in Computer Science: The Embedded EthiCS Approach [2019 C4eJ 41]

Emma McClure, Microaffirmations, Privilege, and a Duty to Redistribute [2019 C4eJ 42]

Kathryn Norlock, Do I Really Consent to Twitter’s Terms of Service? [2019 C4eJ 43]