Models of morality, Morality of models

Carnegie Mellon University
March 6-7, 2020

Recent years have seen an explosion of research into the empirical bases of human moral judgment along with a corresponding interest in formal and computational models of human morality. At the same time, AI and robotics researchers aim to develop systems that are themselves capable of moral judgment, and so require some model of morality. With this workshop, we hope to spur new and generative collaborations between researchers pursuing these two parallel lines of inquiry.

Supported by the CMU Center for Formal Epistemology


The workshop is free to attend, but we want to have enough coffee, so please REGISTER


Adamson Wing, Baker Hall, Carnegie Mellon University
Public parking available on Frew St.

Confirmed speakers

Schedule (tentative)