We take a human-centered approach to AI, robotics, and data analytics that integrates social and ethical awareness into technology design and implementation in order to realize the enormous potential that these technologies have for improving people’s lives in just and sustainable ways.
Information Ethics at Northeastern
Information Ethics encompasses the social and ethical issues associated with all forms and aspects of information and computing technologies; including data collection/use, artificial intelligence, machine learning, social networks, robotics, and more. Northeastern is committed to developing technologies that are accessible and empowering, that promote justice and the social good, and that do so in ways that protect people’s privacy and autonomy. This commitment is manifest in the work done in our research centers, in our robust information ethics curriculum, and in our co-curricular and outreach programs.
Northeastern researchers team up with Accenture to offer a road map for artificial intelligence ethics oversight07.17.2020
Facial recognition technology: In our rush to deploy it, are we ignoring the risks?07.17.2020
The G7 wants to regulate artificial intelligence. Should the US get on board?07.17.2020