The Oxford Handbook of Ethics of AI: Online Supplement

This is a supplement-in-progress for the Oxford Handbook of Ethics of AI (forthcoming spring 2020), a book-in-progress on a field-in-progress, including table of contents, draft chapters, videos, and other online resources. Check back for updates.

I. Introduction & Overview

1. The Artificial Intelligence of the Ethics of Artificial Intelligence: An Introductory Overview for Law and Regulation (Joanna Bryson, Bath)

2. The Ethics of the Ethics of AI (Thomas Powers, Delaware & Jean-Gabriel Ganascia, Sorbonne)

3. Ethical Issues in Our Relationship with Artificial Entities (Judith Donath, Harvard)

II. Frameworks & Modes

4. AI Governance by Human Rights-Centred Design, Deliberation and Oversight: An End to Ethics Washing (Karen Yeung, Andrew Howes & Ganna Pogrebna, Birmingham)

5. The Incompatible Incentives of Private Sector AI (Tom Slee, SAP)

6. Normative Modes: Codes & Standards (Paula Boddington, Oxford)

7. The Role of Professional Norms in the Governance of Artificial Intelligence (Urs Gasser & Carolyn Schmitt, Harvard)

III. Concepts & Issues

8. We’re Missing a Moral Framework of Justice in Artificial Intelligence: On the Limits, Failings, and Ethics of Fairness (Matthew Le Bui & Safiya Umoja Noble, USC)

9. Accountability in Computer Systems (Joshua Kroll, Berkeley)

10. Transparency (Nick Diakopoulos, Northwestern)

11. Responsibility and Artificial Intelligence (Virginia Dignum, Umeå)

12. The Concept of Handoff as a Model for Ethical Analysis and Design (Helen Nissenbaum, NYU & Deirdre Mulligan, Berkeley)

13. Race and Gender (Timnit Gebru, Stanford)

14. The Future of Work in the Age of AI: Displacement or Risk-Shifting? (Pegah Moradi & Karen Levy, Cornell)

15. AI as Moral Right-Holders (John Basl, Northeastern & Joseph Bowen, St. Andrews)

16. Could You Merge with AI? Reflections on the Singularity and Radical Brain Enhancement (Susan Schneider & Cody Turner, UConn)

17. Are Sentient AIs Persons? (Mark Kingwell, Toronto)

18. Autonomy (Michael Wheeler, Stirling)

19. Troubleshooting AI and Consent (Meg Leta Jones & Elizabeth Edenberg, Georgetown)

20. Is Human Judgment Necessary? Artificial Intelligence, Algorithmic Governance, and the Law (Norman Spaulding, Stanford)

21. Sexuality (John Danaher, Galway)

IV. Perspectives & Approaches

22. Computer Science (Benjamin Kuipers, Michigan)

23. Social Failure Modes in Technology and the Ethics of AI: An Engineering Perspective (Jason Millar, Ottawa)

24. Designing Robots Ethically Without Designing Ethical Robots: A Perspective from Cognitive Science (Ron Chrisley, Sussex)

25.  Integrating Ethical Values and Economic Value to Steer Progress in Artificial Intelligence (Anton Korinek, Virginia)

26. Statistics (Martin Wells, Cornell)

27. Automating Origination: Perspectives from the Humanities (Avery Slater, Toronto)

28. Philosophy (David Gunkel, Northern Illinois)

29. The Complexity of Otherness: Anthropological Contributions to Robots and AI (Kathleen Richardson, DeMontfort)

30. Calculative Composition: The Ethics of Automating Design (Shannon Mattern, New School)

31. Global South (Chinmayi Arun, NLU Delhi)

32. Perspectives and Approaches in AI Ethics: East Asia (Danit Gal, Keio University, Tokyo)

33. Artificial Intelligence and Inequality in the Middle East: The Political Economy of Inclusion (Nagla Rizk, American University in Cairo)

34. Europe: Towards a Policy Framework for Trustworthy AI (Andrea Renda, Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS))

V. Cases & Applications

35. Ethics of Artificial Intelligence in Transport (Bryant Walker Smith, South Carolina)

36. The Case for Ethical AI in the Military (Jason Scholz & Jai Galliott, UNSW)

37. The Ethics of AI in Biomedical Research, Medicine and Public Health (Effy Vayena & Alessandro Blasimme, Zürich)

38. Ethics of AI in Law: Basic Questions (Harry Surden, Colorado)

39. Beyond Bias: “Ethical AI” in Criminal Law (Chelsea Barabas, MIT)

40. “Fair Notice” in the Age of AI (Kiel Brennan-Marquez, UConn)

41. AI and Migration Management (Petra Molnar, UofT/Cambridge)

42. Robot Teaching, Pedagogy and Policy (Elana Zeide, UCLA)

43. Algorithms and the Social Organization of Work (Ifeoma Ajunwa & Rachel Schlund, Cornell)

44. Smart City Ethics: The Challenge to Democratic Governance (Ellen Goodman, Rutgers)