Research Briefs

Outreach is an incredibly important component of the IEAI mission. Research on AI ethics needs to translate to practice. Otherwise, we cannot maximize the impact of our work. Publications and outreach relate to the results of our research, therefore, make up a core task of our work.

To this end, the IEAI itself produces a bi-monthly Research Brief Series. The aim of these publications is to highlight important topics in AI ethics and explore the ethical considerations related to them. These succinct reviews are aimed at a broad audience with the goal of informing the public on the role of AI in society and the ethical challenges that accompany this expanding role.

June 2021 IEAI – Research Brief: The Use of AI to Analyze Process-based Data in Hospitals: Opportunities, Limits and Ethical Considerations

June 2021 IEAI – Research Brief: The Use of AI to Analyze Process-based Data in Hospitals: Opportunities, Limits and Ethical Considerations

TUM April 2021 IEAI – Research Brief: A Robotic New Hope: Opportunities, Challenges, and Ethical Considerations of Social Robots

April 2021 IEAI – Research Brief: A Robotic New Hope: Opportunities, Challenges, and Ethical Considerations of Social Robots

February 2021 IEAI – Research Brief: AI and Autonomous Driving: Key ethical considerations

December 2020 IEAI – Research Brief: Negative Dynamics on Social Media and their Ethical Challenges on AI

October 2020 IEAI – Research Brief: AI Ethics: Why does it matter?

August 2020 IEAI – Research Brief: The Potential for AI in Implementing the Green Deal and Ethical Implications

TUM IEAI Research Brief, June 2020: Ethics and the Use of AI-based Tracing Tools to Manage the COVID-19 Pandemic

June 2020 IEAI – Research Brief: Ethics and the Use of AI-based Tracing Tools to Manage the COVID-19 Pandemic

IEAI Research Brief April 2020

April 2020 IEAI – Research Brief: Ethical Implications of the Use of AI to Manage the COVID-19 Outbreak

February 2020 IEAI – Research Brief: Workshop on Data Ethics Commission Guidelines