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"data hum: a core approach to the ethics of data"

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Talk by Chris Wiggins & Matt Jones, hosted as part of the "100 Years of The Core" initiative, Columbia College, Columbia University, on 9/29/20.

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"data hum: a core approach to the ethics of data"

  1. 1. Data Hum: A Core Approach to the Ethics of Data & & chris wiggins + matt jones 2020-09-29 book:Norton, 2021; data-ppf.github.io
  2. 2. Prelude: dinner with students (2015) Act 1: a dream, inspired (2016) Act 2: into the ring (2017-2020) Epilogue: what did we learn?
  3. 3. Prelude: dinner with students (2015)
  4. 4. Prelude: dinner with students (2015)
  5. 5. Act 1: a dream, inspired (2016)
  6. 6. Act 1: a dream, inspired (2016) - A dream opportunity: innovating across a cultural divide
  7. 7. Act 1: a dream, inspired (2016) - inspired by the core, confronting the present (and future!)
  8. 8. Act 1: a dream, inspired (2016) - inspired by the core, confronting the present (and future!)
  9. 9. Act 1: a dream, inspired (2016) - the arc we planned
  10. 10. Act 2: into the ring (2017-2020)
  11. 11. Act 2: into the ring (2017-2020)
  12. 12. Act 2: into the ring (2017-2020)
  13. 13. Act 2: into the ring (2017-2020) TwTwo techy students longer paper 3 problem sets humanistic students shorter paper 5 problem sets Two tracks
  14. 14. Act 2: into the ring (2017-2020) - multi-capabilities: statistics
  15. 15. Act 2: into the ring (2017-2020) - multi-capabilities: coding
  16. 16. Act 2: into the ring (2017-2020) - multi-capabilities: coding
  17. 17. Act 2: into the ring (2017-2020) - multi-capabilities: humanistic analysis
  18. 18. Act 2: into the ring (2017-2020) - pushed by the students in the wake of events of 2016
  19. 19. 2017-09-05: cathy o’neil 2018-01-08: safiya noble 2018-01-23: virginia eubanks 2019-01-15: shoshana zuboff (among increasingly many others): something is wrong on the internet Act 2: into the ring (2017-2020) - pushed by the students: more on present and future
  20. 20. Act 2: into the ring (2017-2020) - pushed by the students: tech, ethics, and power “the moral character of cryptograpic work”, 2015
  21. 21. Act 2: into the ring (2017-2020) - pushed by the students: tech, ethics and power
  22. 22. Act 2: into the ring (2017-2020) - pushed by the students: tech, ethics and power Every week we look at: ● Scientific and mathematical development ● Technologies and engineering ● Driving forces: money, prestige ● How did new capabilities rearrange power? (who can now do what, from what, to whom?)
  23. 23. data 1770s-present: capabilities & intents
  24. 24. close each week with: - how did new capabilities rearrange power? (who can now do what, from what, to whom?) - role of rights harms justice data 1770s-present: capabilities & intents
  25. 25. e.g., week 5 IQ, policy and causality
  26. 26. e.g., week 5 IQ, policy and causality
  27. 27. e.g., week 7 “sigint”
  28. 28. e.g., week 7 “sigint”
  29. 29. Week 12: what we talk about when we talk about ethics - following Belmont report (1978)... “ethics” philosophy sociology
  30. 30. Week 12: what we talk about when we talk about ethics - following Belmont report (1978)... 1. Kant (rights) 2. Mill (harms) 3. Rawls (fairness) 1. Respect for Persons 2. Beneficence 3. Justice an “applied” take inspired by...
  31. 31. Week 12: what we talk about when we talk about ethics - following Belmont report (1978)... “ethics” philosophy sociology (and power) 1. Kant (rights) 2. Mill (harms) 3. Rawls (fairness) “ethics theater” :(
  32. 32. Week 14: (future) solutions 3-player unstable game (adapted from Janeway)
  33. 33. Epilogue: what did we learn?
  34. 34. - the arc we learned from the students - there is important material that is being taught neither - to future statisticians nor - to future senators and CEOs - truth, power, and data Epilogue: what did we learn?
  35. 35. What we learned: possible model for other “tech” subjects? 1. history + ethics: - how to integrate throughout “tech” class - draw parallels to today: contests & conflicts 2. capabilities rearrange power 3. find the future by analyzing - present contests - present powers
  36. 36. Prelude: dinner with students (2015) Act 1: a dream, inspired (2016) Act 2: into the ring (2017-2020) Epilogue: what did we learn?
  37. 37. Data Hum: A Core Approach to the Ethics of Data & & chris wiggins + matt jones 2020-09-29 book: Norton, 2021 ; data-ppf.github.io

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