CSE582: Ethics in Artificial Intelligence

Catalog Description: Real-world people-facing artificial intelligence (AI) applications, ethical implications in their design, and technical solutions to mitigate ethical risks. Topics in the intersection of AI, ethics, and computing for social good, centered around foundational and recent research. Foundations of research ethics, case studies in ethical AI, ethical challenges in developing intelligent systems, and machine learning approaches to address these issues. Prerequisite: CSE 446 or CSE 546.

Prerequisites: CSE 446 or CSE 546
Credits: 4.0

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