The Center for Digital Ethics & Policy at Loyola University Chicago is hosting its Fourth Annual International Symposium on Digital Ethics on Friday, November 7, 2014 on Loyola’s Water Tower Campus in downtown Chicago.
Presentations from symposium sessions may be viewed here:
Part One: Luciano Floridi on Ethics and the Fourth Revolution
Part Two: Lynn Schofield Clark and The Ethics of Engagement; Ashley Rose Kelly and New Modes of Ethical Engagement; Michael Koliska and Limitations of Computer Mediated Transparency; and Annette Markham and Produsing Ethics for the Digital Nearfuture
Part Three: Sara Perry and Gender & Digital Culture; Lindsay Ems and Approaches to Amish Technology Use; Burcu Bakiglu and Ethics of Unethical Play; and Dara N. Byrne and Digilante Ethics
Part Four: Technology and Ethics featuring Susan Etlinger of Altimeter Group; John Thomas of Groupon; Brian Fitzpatrick of Google; and Sandee Kastrul of i.c. stars
Anita Sarkeesian, internationally known media critic and creator of Feminist Frequency
Luciano Floridi: Professor of Philosophy and Ethics of Information at the University of Oxford/author of The Philosophy of Information
Lynn Schofield Clark: Professor in Media, Film and Journalism Studies at the University of Denver/author of The Parent App: Understanding Families in the Digital Age
James H. Moor: Daniel P. Stone Professor of Intellectual and Moral Philosophy, Dartmouth College
Annette Markham: Associate Professor, Departments of Aesthetics and Communication, Aarhus University, Denmark
Sara Perry: Director of Studies of Digital Heritage and Lecturer in Cultural Heritage Management at the University of York
Brian Fitzpatrick: Leader, Google’s Transparency Engineering team, which uses data to help protect free expression and free speech on the web
John Thomas: Director of Editorial Content at Groupon
Digital Ethics Symposium
Friday, November 7, 2014
Loyola University Chicago
Lewis Towers | Regents Hall | 16th Floor
111 E. Pearson
8 a.m – 6 p.m
Click 2014SymposiumSchedule for the working symposium schedule.
Recommended Hotels 2014
*The Knickerbocker is our preferred conference hotel, located just a 5 – 6 minute walk from the School of Communication and symposium location. The Knickerbocker is offering hotel guests a discounted rate of 15% off the best available rate at the time of booking. This preferred rate includes free wifi and access to the fitness center. To book a room at the Knickerbocker, please use this link.
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