Data Science Ethics

开始时间: 08/01/2020 持续时间: Unknown

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What are the ethical considerations regarding the privacy and control of consumer information and big data, especially in the aftermath of recent large-scale data breaches? This course provides a framework to analyze these concerns as you examine the ethical and privacy implications of collecting and managing big data. Explore the broader impact of the data science field on modern society and the principles of fairness, accountability and transparency as you gain a deeper understanding of the importance of a shared set of ethical values. You will examine the need for voluntary disclosure when leveraging metadata to inform basic algorithms and/or complex artificial intelligence systems while also learning best practices for responsible data management, understanding the significance of the Fair Information Practices Principles Act and the laws concerning the "right to be forgotten." This course will help you answer questions such as who owns data, how do we value privacy, how to receive informed consent and what it means to be fair. Data scientists and anyone beginning to use or expand their use of data will benefit from this course. No particular previous knowledge needed.

数据科学伦理学:关于消费者信息和大数据的隐私和控制的伦理学考虑是什么,尤其是在最近发生大规模数据泄露事件之后? 本课程提供了一个框架,可以在您检查收集和管理大数据的道德和隐私含义时分析这些问题。在深入了解共享道德价值观的重要性时,探索数据科学领域对现代社会的广泛影响以及公平,问责和透明性原则。您将利用元数据为基本算法和/或复杂的人工智能系统提供信息,同时学习负责任的数据管理的最佳做法,了解《公平信息实践原则法》和有关“权利保护权”的法律的重要性时,检查是否需要自愿披露。被遗忘。” 本课程将帮助您回答以下问题,例如谁拥有数据,我们如何重视隐私,如何获得知情同意以及公平意味着什么。 数据科学家以及任何开始使用或扩展其数据使用范围的人都将从该课程中受益。无需特别的先前知识。


Module 1 of this course establishes a basic foundation in the notion of simple utilitarian ethics we use for this course. The lecture material and the quiz questions are designed to get most people to come to an agreement about right and wrong, using the utilitarian framework taught here. If you bring your own moral sense to bear, or think hard about possible counter-arguments, it is likely that you can arrive at a different conclusion. But that discussion is not what this course is about. So resist that temptation, so that we can jointly lay a common foundation for the rest of this course.





What are the ethical considerations regarding the privacy and control of consumer information and bi