C4eRadio: Sounds of Ethics

By Centre for Ethics, University of Toronto

Selected lectures and other events from the Centre for Ethics (C4E) at the University of Toronto and its Ethics of AI Lab. Also from C4E: Let's Get Ethical, our podcast featuring conversations about ethics, from soup to nuts.

  1. 1.
    Ishtiaque Ahmed, Whose Intelligence? Whose Ethics?: Ethical Pluralism and Postcolonial Computing
    56:09
  2. 2.
    Kamilah Ebrahim, The Limits of Anti-Trust Regulation
    35:07
  3. 3.
    Zifeng Liu, Claudia Jones and China (Ethics & Caribbean Philosophy)
    1:05:45
  4. 4.
    Smart Cities in Canada: Digital Dreams, Corporate Designs
    52:37
  5. 5.
    Transparency in the Digital Environment
    2:57:17
  6. 6.
    Julian Posada: Disembeddedness in Data Annotation for Machine Learning
    50:02
  7. 7.
    Ara Osterweil, The Aesthetics of Care
    1:09:35
  8. 8.
    Ben Green, Algorithmic Governance: The Promises and Perils of Government Algorithms
    46:55
  1. 9.
    Michael Dawson, Why Race and Capitalism Not Racial Capitalism
    39:02
  2. 10.
    Grace Lavery, One Weird Trick: Feminism, Realism, and The Rhetoric of Technique
    53:36
  3. 11.
    Miguel Gualdrón Ramírez, Édouard Glissant’s Ethics
    58:42
  4. 12.
    Jonathan Kwan, Transitional Legitimacy: A Framework for Theorizing Structural Racism
    39:51
  5. 13.
    Ricky Varghese & Benjamin Weil, Privilege, Race & Imagined Immunities in the Time of COVID
    1:08:41
  6. 14.
    Jodi Byrd, What Remains: Colonial Racial Capitalism, Videogames, and an Empire in Play
    44:26
  7. 15.
    Clare Hemmings, Unnatural Feelings: The Affective Life of ‘Anti-Gender’ Mobilisations
    43:26
  8. 16.
    Gayathri Naganathan, Shadeism, Sexual Health, and Diasporic Women's Experiences
    23:46
  9. 17.
    Suzanne Kite and Scott Benesiinaabandan, Indigenous Protocols and Artificial Intelligence
    33:35
  10. 18.
    Elettra Bietti, From Ethics Washing to Ethics Bashing
    40:17
  11. 19.
    Senthuran Varatharajah, Where Are You From? The Ethical Dilemma of Writing Dis/placed
    40:49
  12. 20.
    Kris Sealey, Creolizing the Nation: Nationalism and Caribbean Philosophy
    45:25
  13. 21.
    Dorothy Kim, Race, Gender, and Sexuality Premodern Critical Intersectionality
    43:35
  14. 22.
    Miriam Hird-Younger, The Productivity Of Mistrust: The Ethics Of Development Partnerships In Ghana
    45:33
  15. 23.
    Anjo-Marí Gouws, Failure and Form in Anne Charlotte Robertson's Confessionals
    46:29
  16. 24.
    Devin Guillory, Combatting Anti-Blackness in the AI Community
    56:22
  17. 25.
    Ola Mohammed, The Black Nowhere: The Social and Cultural Politics of Listening to Black Canada(s)
    32:38
  18. 26.
    Yolonda Wilson, Death, Pandemic, and Intersectionality
    28:34
  19. 27.
    Juliette Ferry-Danini, What Is the Problem with the Opacity of Artificial Intelligence in Medicine?
    41:34
  20. 28.
    Nisrine Rahal, A Real Battlefield for Emancipation: The Hamburg Kindergarten Movement 1849-1852
    26:50
  21. 29.
    Joy James, Captive Maternal Love and War Stories
    41:37
  22. 30.
    Ben Davis, Does the Left have an Ethics? Notes on Stuart Hall's "Culture, Resistance, and Struggle"
    33:26
  23. 31.
    Robert Soden, Responsible AI in Disaster Risk Management: A Community of Practice Perspective
    38:29
  24. 32.
    Laura Kwak, Representation and the Roles of Racialized Political Elites
    34:59
  25. 33.
    Muriam Fancy, Governance of Ethical AI: Methodologies to Procure Low Risk AI for Public Use
    32:59
  26. 34.
    Sarah Stefana Smith, Surface, Abstraction and Skin in Black Contemporary Art
    32:30
  27. 35.
    Amanda Greer, Etiquette (Un)Seen: Post-WWII American Cinema and the Aesthetics of Politeness
    42:54
  28. 36.
    Anne-Marie Fowler, Differentiation is Mechanics, Integration is Art
    34:15
  29. 37.
    David Scott, Stuart Hall's Ethics (Ethics & Caribbean Philosophy)
    1:08:15
  30. 38.
    Iza Hussin, Translating Islamic Law: Mobility, History, Solidarity (Perspectives on Ethics)
    22:37
  31. 39.
    Jonathan Kidd And Sonya Winton - Odamtten, Lovecraft Country A Conversation
    50:14
  32. 40.
    Watufani Poe, Representação vs. Representatividade: Black LGBTQ+ Identity Politics in Brazil
    42:04
  33. 41.
    Catherine D'Ignazio and Lauren F. Klein, Data Feminism (Ethics of AI in Context)
    39:13
  34. 42.
    Morag M. Kersel, Legal or Right? The Negative Consequences of the Legal Trade in Antiquities
    31:02
  35. 43.
    Olúfẹmi O. Táíwò, Compound Crisis Cops, Climate, And COVID (Critical Race Studies)
    36:09
  36. 44.
    Bianca Beauchemin, Re - Imagining Diasporic Black Radical Insurgency
    20:58
  37. 45.
    Rodrigo Ochigame, Actuarialism and Racial Capitalism
    23:54
  38. 46.
    #SayHerName Breonna Taylor: Race, Ethics & Justice (with Idil Abdillahi, Beverly Bain, El Jones)
    1:18:05
  39. 47.
    André Brock, Black Morpheus Race in the Technocultural Matrix
    34:53
  40. 48.
    Mohamed Abdalla, The Grey Hoodie Project
    50:07
  41. 49.
    I. Bennett Capers, A New Country: Afrofuturism, Critical Race Theory, and Policing in the Year 2044
    35:27
  42. 50.
    Alex Hanna, Data, Transparency, and AI Ethics (Ethics of AI in Context)
    39:30

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