CEPE 2005 CONFERENCE PROGRAM

Saturday 16 July

17:30 – 18:30

 

Registration – Drienerburght Lobby

Sunday 17 July

9:00-9:30

 

Registration – Drienerburght Lobby

9:30-10:00

Room TSM

Welcome addresses: Prof. Hubert Coonen, Dean;

P. Brey, F. Grodzinsky, L. Introna, L. Floridi, Conference Co-Chairs

10:00 – 11:00

Invited

Room TSM

Jim Moor, INSEIT Presidential Address - Why We Need Better Ethics for Emerging Technologies

11:00 – 11:15

 

Coffee / Tea break

11:15 – 12:15

Chair:

Frances Grodzinsky

Session 1

Room TSM

Brey, P.

Freedom and privacy in Ambient Intelligence

Introna, L.D.

Strangers and hospitality: on the social and ethical conditions of virtual communities

12:15 – 13:30

Faculty Club

Lunch

13:30 – 15:00

Chair:

Jim Moor

Session 2

Converging technologies

Room TSM

Cerqui, D. & Warwick, K.

Can (and why should?) converging technologies bridge the gap?

Clarke, S.

Future technologies, dystopic futures and the precautionary principle

Horner, D.S.

Anticipating ethical challenges: is there a coming era of nanotechnology?

15:00 – 15:15

 

Coffee / Tea break

15:15 – 16:45

Chair:

Helen Nissenbaum

Session 3 A

Privacy 1

Room A

Dodig-Crnkovic, G. & Horniak, V.

Good to have someone watching us from a distance? Privacy vs. security at the workplace.

Dubbeld, L.

Privacy and security issues in telemonitoring of cardiac patients

Elgesem, D.

P3P and the new market of personal information: an ethical evaluation

Chair:

Luciano Floridi

Session 3 B

Ethics of the Artificial 1

Room B

Weckert, J.F.

Trusting agents

Sullins, J.P.

Redefining life: the ethical impacts of recent developments in artificial life

 

 

16:45 – 17:00

 

Coffee / Tea break

17:00 - 18.15

Invited

Room TSM

William Sims Bainbridge - Convergence of Privacy and Intimacy (chair : Lucas Introna )

18:15 - onwards

 

Cocktail + Dinner

(Please be in the Drienerburght Lobby at 18.45 hr. if you are coming to the Broeierd dinner)

Monday 18 July

9:00-10:15

Invited

Room TSM

Julian Savulescu - Technological Enhancement of Human Beings (chair : Luciano Floridi )

10.15 – 11.15

Chair:

Charles Raab

Session 4

Ethics and Terror

Room TSM

Estrada Alverez, J. G. & Rosenberg, R.S.

The assault on civil rights in the international fight against terrorism

Birrer, F.A.J.

Data mining to combat terrorism: what exactly is the ethical issue?

11:15 - 11.30

 

Coffee / Tea break

11.30 – 12.30

Chair:

Jim Moor

Session 5 A

Computability of Ethics

Room A

Reynolds, C.J.

On the computational complexity of action evaluations

Wiegel, V., Hoven; M.J. van den & Lokhorst, G.J.C.

Privacy, deontic epistemic action logic and software agents: an executable approach to modeling moral constraints in complex informational relationships

Chair:

Karsten Weber

Session 5 B

Surveillance and power 1

Room B

Tuovinen, L. & Röning, J.

Balance of power: the social-ethical aspect of data mining

Zimmer, M.

Surveillance, privacy and the ethics of vehicle safety communication technologies

12:30 – 13.45

Faculty Club

Lunch

13.45 – 15.00

Chair:

Philip Brey

Panel

Room TSM

Panel Discussion I Ethical Aspects of IT Implants in the Human Body

Panel Members:

Rafael Capurro Jim Moor

Allison Adam Daniela Cerqui

Julian Savulescu Rik Buschman

15.00 – 16.30

Chair:

Lucas Introna

Session 6 A

Ethics of the Artificial 2

Room A

Allen, C.; Smit, I. & Wallach, W.

Artificial morality: top-down, bottom-up and hybrid approaches

Kimppa, K.K. & Bisset, A.

Is cheating in network computer games a question worth raising?

 

 

Chair:

Ken Himma

Session 6 B

Privacy 2

Room B

Floridi, Luciano

An interpretation of informational privacy and of its moral value

Olinger, H.N.; Britz, J.J. & Olivier, M.S.

Western privacy and ubuntu: influences in the forthcoming data privacy bill

Weber, K. & Drüeke, R.

Privacy, personal data protection and the need to differentiate

16.30 – 17.00

 

Coffee / Tea break

17.00 - 18.30

Chair:

Frances Grodzinsky

Session 7 A

Computer Ethics Education

Room B

Stahl, B.C.; Fairweather, N.B.; Rogerson, S. & Beckett, R.

Information ethics library: an online, open access and community-based resource for information ethics

Voiskounsky, A.E.

Virtual environments: the need of advanced moral education

Feng, J.; Swasburi, O. & Hughes, J.

Ethics divide: computer technology globalization issues

Chair:

Alison Adam

Session 7B

Professional Ethics

Room A

Bowern, M.E.; Burmeister, O. K.; Gotterbarn, D & Weckert, J.F.

Professional codes of ethics meeting future technologies: guidance for the future?

Wever-Rabehl, G.

Difference first in technology education

Chopra, S. & Dexter, S.

A comparative ethical assessment of free software licensing schemes

18.30 - 21 :00

Faculty Club

Conference Dinner

21.00 – 22.00

Room A

INSEIT and IACAP meetings

Tuesday 19 July

9:00-10.30

Chair:

Deborah Johnson

Session 8 A

Intellectual property

Room A

Himma, K.

Abundance, rights, and interests: thinking about the legitimacy of intellectual property

Allen, G.N., Burke, D.L. & Ess, C.

Ethical approaches to robotic data gathering

Kimppa, K.K.

Kantian duty ethics compared with current intellectual property rights laws

Chair:

Herman Tavani

Session 8 B

Controlling Technology

Room B

Sollie, P.

Technology and the control dilemma: exploring an ethics of technology

Asveld, L.

That inaudible sound: public regulation, risks and mobile digital telecommunication

Collste, G.

Ethical assessment of new ICT-systems in health care

10:30-10.45

 

Coffee / Tea break

10:45 – 12.15

Chair:

Lucas Introna

Session 9 A

Surveillance and power 2

Room A

Lockton, V. & Rosenberg, R.S.

RFID: the next serious technological threat to privacy

Tsakona, J. & Papagounos, G.

The legitimation of surveillance: ethical issues

Albrechtslund, A.

The postmodern panopticon: surveillance and privacy in the age of ubiquitous computing

Chair:

John Weckert

Session 9 B

Ethics of information

Room B

Vedder, A.

Quality of information: a moderately pragmatist account

Snow, R.K. & Snow, M.M.

GIS and environmental management: the morality of manipulating maps

Müller, V.C.

Some information is too dangerous to be on the internet

12:15 – 13.15

Faculty Club

Lunch

13.15 - 14.15

Chair:

Helen Nissenbaum

Session 10A

Privacy 3

Room A

Grodzinsky, F.S. & Tavani, H.T.

P2P Networks and the Verizon vs. RIAA Case: implications for personal privacy and intellectual property

Adam, A.E.

Chips in our children: can we delegate morality to a machine?

Chair:

Richard Rosenberg

Session 10B

Trust online

Room B

Pieters, W. & Becker, M.J.

Ethics of e-voting: an essay on requirements and values in internet elections

Laat, P.B. de

The cunning of internet trust

14:15 - 15:30

Chair:

Philip Brey

Panel

Room TSM

Panel Discussion II Ethics of Emerging ITs + closing

Panel Members:

Jim Moor William Sims Bainbridge

Julian Savulescu Helen Nissenbaum

Deborah Johnson Paul Thompson

15.30 – 17.15

 

Social Program

Visit to Cleanroom and Computer Facilities

Leave from Drienerburght Lobby: 15.35 (Tour guides: Philip Brey and Petra Bruulsema)

End of conference