Founded officially in January 2021, the Ethics Team at Orthogonal Research and Education Lab has its roots in cross-disciplinary collaborations on law and technology. We examine various facets of technology’s ever-expansive interfacing with society. Topics of interest include: AI Ethics, AI Safety, law (particularly AI interpretability / explainability and legilation), shared risk, technology-education access, and neuroethics.
- See OREL’s Get Involved website for the most up to date list of opportunites.
- 2021-04 ACM’s New York Celebration of Women in Computing: “Towards a Sufficient Unified Ethical Framework for AI Challenges & Opportunities (Integrating Critical Voices)”
- 2019-04 ACM’s New York Celebration of Women in Computing: “Bias in Artificial Intelligence: Challenges + Opportunities in AI Ethics”
Team Members and Collaborators
- Jesse Parent B.S., Assistant Scientist, Orthogonal Research & Education Laboratory, (USA)
- Krishna Katyal, Undergraduate Student, Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University, (Katra, Jammu and Kashmir)
- Shruti Raj Vansh Singh, Undergraduate Student, Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University, (Katra, Jammu and Kashmir)
- Erin Higgs B.S., University of Nevada-Reno, (USA)
- Minh Tran B.S., External Collaborator, Orthogonal Research & Education Laboratory, (USA)
- Angela Risius M.S., Columbia University (USA)
- Daniela Cialfi PhD, Post-Doc, University of Chieti-Pescara, (Italy)
- Bradly Alicea PhD, Head Scientist, Orthogonal Research & Education Laboratory (USA)
- Valeria Schnake, University of Chile, School of Law (Chile)