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5:00 pm-7:50 pm
Spring 2024

This course observes the emergence of AI ethics in law and public policy, examining the norms, values, and political strategies involved in the consensus-building processes that shape the development and governance of AI systems. Students will engage in critical analysis of AI policy documents and delve into core principles such as fairness, accountability, and transparency, exploring their origins and practical applications. The curriculum centers on a series of design thinking workshops that will challenge students to debate over the responsible use of AI in real-world case studies, ranging from issues of human rights to sustainable development and geopolitics. By exercising analytical and rhetorical excellence while engaging with the regulatory complexities inherent in the development of advanced technologies, this course is considered a bootcamp for transformative leaders capable of governing AI for the public good.

Quarter Title Instructor Day(s) Time(s) Syllabus
Spring 2024 Foundations in AI Literacy Andre Uhl Thursday 5:00 pm-7:50 pm Syllabus