Smart City Governance - AI Ethics in a Spatial Context: Select papers from 2021/2022

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Abstract

This brief anthology presents the basics of the interdisciplinary course called “Smart City Governance – AI Ethics in a Spatial Context”, given at Lund University. Furthermore, it includes three papers and a task written by students from the class of 2021/2022 in order to show examples of the topics possible to analyse when combining engineering students from programmes on data, ICT and land surveying with students from the humanities or social sciences.

Head of course is Stefan Larsson, Associate Professor at the Department of Technology and Society at LTH, Lund University. As a socio-legal scholar and lawyer at a faculty of engineering, he leads a group studying governance and issues of trust and transparency with autonomous and AI-driven technologies in domains ranging from the public sector to consumer markets, medicine and social robotics.

Laetitia Tanqueray is a Teaching Assistant on this course, and canvas coordinator. Laetitia holds bachelors’ in English Law and French Law and a master’s in Sociology of Law. She is a project assistant at the Department of Technology and Society at LTH, Lund University, investigating questions related to socio-legal robotics.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationLund
PublisherLund University
Number of pages84
Publication statusPublished - 2022 Feb 9

Subject classification (UKÄ)

  • Law and Society
  • Other Humanities not elsewhere specified
  • Other Civil Engineering
  • Other Engineering and Technologies
  • Information Studies
  • Ethics
  • Human Aspects of ICT
  • Human Geography
  • Social Sciences Interdisciplinary

Keywords

  • smart cities
  • smart city governance
  • spatial planning
  • AI and ethics
  • AI governance
  • data protection
  • fairness
  • data-collection in urban environments

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