Ethics of AI Lab

The Ethics of AI Lab at the University of Toronto’s Centre for Ethics (est. 2017) fosters academic and public dialogue about Ethics of AI in Context—the normative dimensions of the global AI revolution and related phenomena in all aspects of private, public, and political life. It is interdisciplinary from the ground up, by pursuing critical analysis from any disciplinary perspective, including STEM, health sciences, social sciences, and—crucially—the humanities, that can shed light on the complex nature of the challenge at hand and on the continuous effort required to address it. The Lab’s essentially contextual approach to this critical challenge finds expression in, among other things, the Oxford Handbook of Ethics of AI (2020) (online supplement & annotated bibliography).