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Digital Ethics: Data, Algorithms, Interactions

Engin, Zeynep

Algorithms and digital systems are increasingly taking the role of ‘artificial persons’ – hence becoming both the subjects and objects of regulation and policing.This summary paper provides an overview of the emerging ‘digital ethics’ field from a system design and engineering perspective. The objective is to lay out the critical questions and the current research directions that are likely to shape a new ‘ethics engineering’ profession, which will have significant impact across all sectors.

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