Publications and Reports

IEAI Publications

Research Briefs

February 2021 IEAI – Research Brief: AI and Autonomous Driving: Key ethical considerations

December 2020 IEAI – Research Brief: Negative Dynamics on Social Media and their Ethical Challenges on AI

October 2020 IEAI – Research Brief: AI Ethics: Why does it matter?

August 2020 IEAI – Research Brief: The Potential for AI in Implementing the Green Deal and Ethical Implications

TUM IEAI Research Brief, June 2020: Ethics and the Use of AI-based Tracing Tools to Manage the COVID-19 Pandemic

June 2020 IEAI – Research Brief: Ethics and the Use of AI-based Tracing Tools to Manage the COVID-19 Pandemic

IEAI Research Brief April 2020

April 2020 IEAI – Research Brief: Ethical Implications of the Use of AI to Manage the COVID-19 Outbreak

February 2020 IEAI – Research Brief: Workshop on Data Ethics Commissions Guidelines with Paul Nemitz

Speaker Q&As

Reflections on AI, February 2021 – Q&A with Dr. Emre Kazim

Reflections on AI, January 2021 – Q&A with Andrea Martin

Reflections on AI, December 2020 – Q&A with Stefaan Verhulst

Reflections on AI, November 2020 – Q&A with Y-Lan Boureau

Reflections on AI, October 2020 – Q&A with Marisa Tschopp

Reflections on AI, October 2020 – Q&A with Marisa Tschopp

Reflections on AI, September 2020 – Q&A with Prof. Dr. Christoph Lütge

Reflections on AI, August 2020 – Q&A with Ing. Dr. Jerry Kponyo

Reflections on AI: Q&A with Huw Price

Reflections on AI, July 2020 – Q&A with Prof. Dr. Huw Price

Reflections on AI: Q&A with Clara Neppel

Reflections on AI, June 2020 – Q&A with Dr. Clara Neppel

Reflections on AI May 2020 - Q&A with Prof. Dr. Joanna Bryson

Reflections on AI, May 2020 – Q&A with Prof. Dr. Joanna Bryson

Other Publications & Reports

IEAI Statement for European Commission

IEAI Statement for the European Commission, June 2020

Recent Relevant Publications

“Programming away Human Rights and Responsibilities? The Moral Machine Experiment and the need for a more ‘Humane’ AVs Future”
by Mrinalini Kochupillai, Christoph Lütge, Franziska Poszler, forthcoming in: NanoEthics

“Künstliche Intelligenz und maschinelles Lernen in der intensivmedizinischen Forschung und klinischen Anwendung”
by Arne Peine, Franziska Poszler, Christoph Lütge, Leo Celi, Oliver Schöffski, Gernot Marx, Lukas Martin, forthcoming in: Anästhesiologie & Intensivmedizin 2020

“Digitization and Business Ethics”
by Christoph Lütge, Matthias Uhl, Raphael Max, Alexander Kriebitz (eds), forthcoming with Springer 2021

“There is not Enough Business Ethics in the Ethics of Digitization”
by Christoph Lütge, in: Joanne B. Ciulla; Tobey Scharding (eds.), Ethical Business Leadership in Troubling Times, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar 2020, S. 280-295.

“Heidegger, Digitalisierung und Künstliche Intelligenz: wo steht der Mensch?”
by Christoph Lütge, forthcoming in: Harald Seubert (ed): Heidegger und die Philosophie der planetarischen Technik, Schriftenreihe der Martin-Heidegger-Gesellschaft Band 13, Freiburg: Alber 2021.

“Ethische und rechtliche Herausforderungen des autonomen Fahrens”
by Christoph Lütge, Alexander Kriebitz, Raphael Max, in: Klaus Mainzer (ed.), Philosophisches Handbuch Künstliche Intelligenz, forthcoming Springer 2020

“ICIS 2019 SIGHCI Workshop Panel Report: Human–Computer Interaction Challenges and Opportunities for Fair, Trustworthy and Ethical Artificial Intelligence”
by Lionel P. Robert Jr., Gaurav Bansal, and Christoph Lütge, June 2020

White Paper on AI Ethics and Governance: “Building a Connected, Intelligent and Ethical World”
by Christoph Lütge (Chair for Business Ethics at TUM and director of the TUM IEAI) and Research Team, March 2020

“AI4People On Good AI Governance – 14 Priority Actions, a S.M.A.R.T. Model of Governance, and a Regulatory Toolbox”
presented to the European Parliament and the European Commission on 6 November 2019

The Ethics of Competition: How a Competitive Society is Good for All
Edward Elgar Pub, Cheltenham, 2019

“AI4People — An Ethical Framework for a Good AI Society: Opportunities, Risks, Principles, and Recommendations”
in: Minds & Machines, Journal for Artificial Intelligence, Philosophy and Cognitive Science, 2018

“Key Ethical Challenges in the European Medical Information Framework”
in: Minds and Machines, Journal for Artificial Intelligence, Philosophy and Cognitive Science, 2018

“The German Ethics Code for Automated and Connected Driving”
in: Philosophy & Technology, a journal addressing the expanding scope and unprecedented impact of technologies, 2017

External Related Resources

“Designing Fair AI for Managing Employees in Organizations: A Review, Critique, and Design Agenda”
by Lionel P. Robert Jr.; Casey Pierce; Liz Morris; Sangmi Kim; Rasha Alahmad, in Human-Computer Interaction, 20 February 2020

“Why addressing ethical questions in AI will benefit organizations”
published by the Capgemini Research Institute on 5 July 2019

Available online now…

An Introduction to Ethics in AI and Robotics (German original title: Ethik in KI und Robotik) has been published as Open Access book in August 2020!

An Introduction to Ethics in Robotics and AI by Springer Nature Publications

You can download it here…

In stores…

Ethik in KI und Robotik (English title: An Introduction to Ethics in AI and Robotics) was published in October 2019 by these four distinguished authors.

Ethik in KI und Robotik published by Hanser Publications

You can buy it here…

Christoph BartneckUniversity of Canterbury
Christoph LütgeTechnical University of Munich
Alan WagnerPennsylvania State University
Sean WelshUniversity of Canterbury

The English version is currently under review,
The German version is published by Hanser Publications