Cyborg sheep are only the start of the ethical challenges posed by digital technologies. Machine learning techniques encode social biases into their algorithms; computer scientists have spotty training in the social aspects of their work. My scholarship develops new pedagogical tools and techniques for incorporating social and ethical contexts into CS curricula, and connects these practices to the broader societal debates around machine learning and artificial intelligence.
       
     
 Cyborg sheep are only the start of the ethical challenges posed by digital technologies. Machine learning techniques encode social biases into their algorithms; computer scientists have spotty training in the social aspects of their work. My scholarship develops new pedagogical tools and techniques for incorporating social and ethical contexts into CS curricula, and connects these practices to the broader societal debates around machine learning and artificial intelligence.
       
     

Cyborg sheep are only the start of the ethical challenges posed by digital technologies. Machine learning techniques encode social biases into their algorithms; computer scientists have spotty training in the social aspects of their work. My scholarship develops new pedagogical tools and techniques for incorporating social and ethical contexts into CS curricula, and connects these practices to the broader societal debates around machine learning and artificial intelligence.