Join Laurie McRobbie for the Ethical AI podcast series featuring conversations with IU faculty in different disciplines discussing ethical issues surrounding the use of AI technologies, and how AI can be a positive force for creating equity. Listen below or on your favorite podcast app!
Listen to the Ethical AI Podcast
Episode 1: Framing the Topic
Vivian Halloran, Beth Plale, and Nikki Pohl, three IU Bloomington faculty members from three different disciplines, kick off this series with a discussion of the ethical and equity issues that arise from the application and use of AI technologies, and why it’s crucial to look at AI through the lens of equity and inclusion.
Episode 2: Demystifying the Technology
Luddy School Professor David Crandall and PhD candidate Sam Goree talk about AI technologies themselves with an eye to helping a lay audience understand the terminology, the evolution of AI technologies, and how they function in the real world, especially as we interact with them.
Episode 3: Whose Business Is It Anyway?
AI is in wide use in the business world, with implications for companies, employees, and customers. Kelley School professors Angie Raymond and Stephanie Moore lay out the issues around business ethics, the law, the influence of AI on the workplace of the future, and why we all have a role to play.
Episode 4: AI in the Classroom of the Future
AI is not just for grownups. School of Education professors Krista Glazewski and Cindy Hmelo-Silver discuss how AI can be used to create optimal K-12 classroom environments that empower students and teachers to support learning, problem-solving, and collaboration.
Episode 6: Whose Information Is It Anyway? The Role of Policy
Every organization collects, manages and uses data on employees, customers, partners, and numerous other constituents. Building on Episode 3, Psychology professor Ben Motz and director of IU’s Data Administration program Julie Aders discuss the many crucial policy and access issues surrounding the use of institutional data, including here at Indiana University.