Fall 2021 Course Descriptions

DS 153-01 Artificial Intelligence: Algorithms, Ethics, and Policy

B. Huang, J. Wolff
T 3:00-5:20p, Room To Be Announced
6+ Block

Artificial intelligence (AI) has emerged as a transformative technology that is being adopted in a wide range of settings with significant impact on society. This course will examine the ethics of AI usage in these settings and how policy can affect this usage. The course will also introduce technical aspects of AI algorithms. With combined perspectives on policy and technical knowledge, students who complete the course will be equipped to become informed policy experts and decision-makers with substantial understanding of the technology necessary to lead on issues involving AI. This new course is still under development, so details are TBA and subject to change.

Note: Cross listed with CS 153-01.

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