Accepted Papers

Track 2, From malicious use to responsible AI

ID Title Authors

The tension between openness and prudence in responsible AI research poster
Jess Whittlestone (University of Cambridge); Aviv Ovadya (The Thoughtful Technology Project)

Preserving Patient Privacy while Training a Predictive Model of In-hospital Mortality poster
Pulkit Sharma (University of Oxford); Farah E. Shamout (University of Oxford); David A. Clifton (University of Oxford)

A Typology of AI Ethics Tools, Methods and Research to Translate Principles into Practices poster oral
Jessica Morley (Oxford Internet Institute); Luciano Floridi (Oxford Internet Institute); Libby Kinsey (Digital Catapult); Anat Elhalal (Digital Catapult)

Fraud detection in telephone conversations for financial services using linguistic features poster oral
Nikesh Bajaj (University of East London); Tracy Goodluck Constance (University of East London); Marvin Rajwadi (University of East London); Julie Wall (University of East London); Mansour Moniri (University of East London); Cornelius Glackin (Intelligent Voice Ltd.); Nigel Cannings (Intelligent Voice Ltd.); Chris Woodruff (Strenuus Ltd.); James Laird (Strenuus Ltd.)

Hard Choices in Artificial Intelligence: Addressing Normative Uncertainty through Sociotechnical Commitments Best Poster poster oral
Roel Dobbe (AI Now Institute, New York University); Thomas Krendl Gilbert (UC Berkeley); Yonatan Mintz (Georgia Tech)