Uehiro Mini-Workshop: The Ethics of Behavioural Influence & Discrimination
A mini-workshop which may be of interest to anyone working on the ethics of behavioural influence (e.g., nudging), algorithms in the criminal justice system, or discrimination. Please get in touch if you would like to read the papers beforehand (recommended), attend in person (so that we have a sense of numbers for the catered lunch), or receive a Zoom link to join online.
9.45 am:
Welcome tea / coffee

10 am – 11 am:
Professor Tom Douglas & Dr Gabriel De Marco (Oxford), ‘On the relationship between nudge, efficacy, and resistibility’

11 am – Noon:
Professor Lucia Zedner (Oxford), ‘Algorithmic Justice and the Ethics of Prediction’

Noon – 12.45 pm:

12.45 pm – 1.45 pm:
Professor Kasper Lippert-Rasmussen (Aarhus), ‘Why the concept of indirect discrimination is a useful legal, but not a useful moral concept’
Date: 15 June 2022, 9:45 (Wednesday, 8th week, Trinity 2022)
Venue: Littlegate House, 16-17 St Ebbe's Street OX1 1PT
Venue Details: Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics, Suite 8 Seminar Room
Speakers: Professor Thomas Douglas (Oxford), Dr Gabriel De Marco (Oxford), Professor Lucia Zedner (Oxford), Prof. Kasper Lippert-Rasmussen (Aarhus University)
Organising department: Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics
Organiser contact email address: binesh.hass@philosophy.ox.ac.uk
Booking required?: Not required
Booking email: binesh.hass@philosophy.ox.ac.uk
Cost: free
Audience: Members of the University only
Editor: Rachel Gaminiratne