Three papers accepted for the IEEE flagship conference on societal implications of technology (ISTAS)

We are happy to announce that three submissions of members from the Ethical Innovation Hub have been accepted for presentation at the IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society 2022, organised by the IEEE SSIT (Society on Social Implications of Technology) and to be held virtually from November 10th to 12th ( The papers are fully peer-reviewed and the proceedings will be available on IEEE Xplore.

Thanks to the conference and program committee for their hard work. Also thanks to Noah Leinweber from Universität zu Lübeck and Stefanie A. Engelhard & Lars Holger Engelhard from Unleash Future Boats GmbH for their contributions.

The papers are:
Christian Herzog (2022a). Inexplicable AI in Medicine as a Form of Epistemic Oppression. IEEE ISTAS, Hong Kong.
Christian Herzog (2022b). Is Algorithmic Personalized Pricing Unjust? IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society. IEEE ISTAS, Hong Kong.
Christian Herzog, Noah Leinweber, Stefanie A. Engelhard & Lars Holger Engelhard (2022). Autonomous Ferries and Cargo Ships: Discovering Ethical Issues via a Challenge-Based Learning Approach in Higher Education. ISTAS, Hong Kong.