Day 1 (26.7.2022)

8:30-9:15Registration and coffee
9:15-9:30Welcome speech (Osuuskauppa hall)
9:30-11:00SESSION 1 (Lecture hall 08)

Session chair: Marty Wolf

9:30 -10:00 “The need for multiple approaches for ethics in technology education” by Norberto Patrignani and Iordanis Kavathatzopoulos

10:00-10:30 “Ethical Implications of Smart Security Robots” by Juho Vaiste

10:30-11:00 “Prospects of equity in post-pandemic technology education” by Isabel Alvarez and Nuno Silva

SESSION 2  (Lecture hall 07)

Session chair: Richard Volkman

9:30:-10:00 “Securing Meetings in D2D IoT Systems” by Sabina Szymoniak and Olga Siedlecka

10:00-10:30 “Intelligent Identity Authentication, Using Face and Behavior Analysis” by Mariusz Kubanek, Janusz Bobulski and Łukasz Karbowiak

10:30-11:00 “Zero Trust Model and the Shift in the Ethos of Cybersecurity – Towards the Deleuzian Society of Control” by Jukka Vuorinen and Ville Uusitupa (cancelled)

SESSION 3 (Lecture hall 10)

Session chair: Jani Koskinen

9:30 -10:00 “Building the Learning Environment for Sustainable Development: a Co-creation approach” by Ewa Duda


10:00-10:30 “Water Use as Remote Monitoring technology: An Ethical Analysis” by Tania Moerenhout and Katleen Gabriels (distance presentation)

10:30-11:00 “Sustainability and Technology: Digital Marketplaces in Voluntary Market Offsetting” by Rafael Canorea-García and Mario Arias-Oliva (distance presentation)

11:00-11:30Coffee break
11:30-12:30Keynote speech:Scaling Responsible Innovation” by Johnny Søraker (Osuuskauppa hall)
12:30-13:30Lunch break
13:30-15:00SESSION 4 (Lecture hall 07)

Session chair: Kai Kimppa

13:30-14:30 Panel Discussion: “Responsible Innovation for Small and Medium Size Businesses” hosted by Johnny Søraker and Christine Jakobson

14:30-15:00 “Using VLE Engagement Tracking to Offer Leniency to Under Performing Students” by Brian Keegan, Paul Doyle, Brian Gillespie and Dympna O’Sullivan


SESSION 5 (Lecture hall 10)

Session chair: Mikko Vermanen

13:30 -14:00 Capitalism, Technology and the Elderly: The Ethic of Inclusive Digital Conscience for African Values” by Thando Nkohla-Ramunenyiwa

14:00-14:30 “Technology and Ethics for Alternative Medicine” by T V Gopal

14:30-15:00 “Endless Forms Most Deceitful” by William M. Fleischman, Nick Langan and Leah N. Rosenbloom

15:00-15:30Coffee break
15:30-17:00SESSION 6 (Lecture hall 08)

Session chair: Otto Sahlgren

15:30-16:00 “Introducing Event- and Process Consent in Mhealth, and the Solutions This Could Inspire” by Iris Loosman

16:00-16:30 “IT ‘Experts’ Considered Harmful: A concerning Case of False Expertise in the Legal System” by Reuben Kirkham

16:30-17:00 “From the Page to Practice: Support for Computing Professionals Using a Code of Ethics” by Don Gotterbarn, Michael S. Kirkpatrick, and Marty J. Wolf

SESSION 7 (Lecture hall 07)

Session chair: Juho Vaiste

15:30-16:00 “Towards a Theory of Artificial Justice: Rawlsian Ethics Guidelines for Fair AI” by Salla Ponkala

16:00-16:30“ “It Belongs in a Museum!”: A Practical Take on the Question of Artificial Intelligence and Moral Patiency” by Lauri Tuovinen

16:30-17:00“Working with Affective Computing: Exploring UK Public Perceptions of AI enabled Workplace Surveillance” by Lachlan Urquhart, Alex Laffer and Diana Miranda

SESSION 8 (Lecture hall 10)

Session chair: Jani Koskinen

15:30-16:00 “Evaluation of the impact of health technologies on life expectancy and Avoidable mortality in Asian and Europe countries: case study of Japan, South Korea, Lithuania and Luxembourg” by Younes Karrouk, Driss Ezouine, Mohammed Hassani Zerrouk and Mario Arias Oliva (distance presentation)

16:00-16:30 “Release the robot dogs: Teaching with professional codes of ethics” by Stacy A. Doore and Azalea Yunus (distance presentation)

16:30-17:00 “Transparency and product safety regarding medical diagnostic systems” by Daria Onitiu

Day 2 (27.7.2022)

9:00-10:30SESSION 9 (Lecture hall 08)

Session chair: Minna Rantanen

9:00-9:30 “An Interdisciplinary Approach to European Trustworthy Digital Environments” by Martin Griesbacher and Hristina Veljanova

9:30-10:00 “Computing Apples and Oranges? Implications of Incommensurability for (Fair) Machine Learning” by Arto Laitinen and Otto Sahlgren

10:00-10:30 “Minding the Gap: Computing Ethics and the Political Economy of Big Tech” by Ioannis Stavrakakis, Damian Gordon, J. Paul Gibson, Dympna O’Sullivan and Anna Becevel

SESSION 10 (Lecture hall 07)

Session chair: Salla Ponkala

9:00-9:30 “Trust and Explainable AI: Promises and Limitations” by Sara Blanco

9:30-10:00 “Technical Debt is an Ethical Issue” by J Paul Gibson, Massamaesso Narouwa, Damian Gordon, Dympna O’Sullivan, Jonathan Turner and Michael Collins

10:00-10:30 “EKIP: designing a practical framework for embedding ethics in AI software development” by Rebecca Raper and Mark Coeckelbergh

SESSION 11 (Lecture hall 10)

Session chair: Jani Koskinen

9:00-9:30 “Responsibility by Design: Actionable strategies and a tool for leveraging technology ethically and enabling innovation responsibly” by Veikko Ikonen, Emad Yaghmaei, Janika Miettinen, Giovanna Sanchez Nieminen


9:30-10:00 “Regulating AI in Europe: from Ethics to Legal Rules building on the GDPR example” by Costas Popotas and Maria Bottas (distance presentation)

10:00-10:30 “Factors contributing to the intention to use exoskeletons in the workplace – exploring the role of ethics” by Stéphanie Gauttier

10:30-11:00Coffee break
11:00-12:00Keynote speech: “Luck and Opportunities” by Penny Duquenoy (Osuuskauppa hall)
12:00-13:00Lunch Break
13:00-14:30SESSION 12 (Lecture hall 08)

Session chair: Iordanis Kavathatzopoulos

13:00-13:30 “What does privacy mean to users of voice assistants in their homes?” by Edith Maier, Michael Doerk, Michelle Muri, Ulrich Reimer and Uwe Riss

13:30-14:00 “Addressing ethical issues in the design of smart home technology for older adults and people with disabilities” by Jonathan Turner, Dympna O’Sullivan, Damian Gordon, Yannis Stavrakakis, Brian Keegan and Emma Murphy

14:00-14:30 “From Liberal Democracies to Blockchain Systems: The
Instrumentalization of Decentralization ” by Sofia Cossar, Wessel Reijers and Primavera De Filippi and Rodrigo Alonso-Alcalde

SESSION 13 (Lecture hall 07)

Session chair: Juhani Naskali

13:00-13:30 “Industrial Limitations on Academic Freedom in Computer Science” by Reuben Kirkham

13:30-14:00 “Free Speech and Computing Professionals: Moral Considerations and Tensions” by Michael Kirkpatrick, Mandy Burton and Marty J. Wolf

14:00-14:30 “Guidelines to Develop Trustworthy Conversational Agents for Children” by Escobar-Planas Marina, Gómez Emilia and Martínez-Hinarejos, Carlos-D


14:30-15:00Coffee break
15:00-16:30SESSION 14 (Lecture hall 08)

Session chair: Minna Rantanen

15:00-15:30 “The rights of caregivers to their personal data in the context of disability services” by Anne-Marie Tuikka and Ville Kainu

15:30-16:00 “Emerging values in ICT during uncertain times: the case of COVID-19” by Ana Saraiva, Luís Tavares and Nuno Silva

16:00-16:30 “Perceived Risks of the Data Economy: Autonomy and the Case of Voice Assistants” by Uwe V Riss, Edith Maier and Michael Doerk

SESSION 15 (Lecture hall 07)

Session chair: Michael Kirkpatrick

15:00-15:30 “Mapping and understanding human factors in effective cybersecurity: a finance-sector organisation case study” by Robin Renwick, Eliza Jordan, Eliseo Venegas Mayoral, Amanda Segura Gonzalez and Leire Cubo Arce

15:30-16:00 “Probabilistic Analysis of Security Protocols Using Probabilistic Timed Automata” by Olga Siedlecka-Lamch and Sabina Szymoniak

16:00-16:30 “Choosing the Right Cybersecurity Solution: A Review of Selection and Evaluation Criteria” by Rafał Leszczyna

SESSION 16 (Lecture hall 10)

Session chair: Jani Koskinen

15:00-15:30 “Snooping, Stalking, Breakup and Letting Go – Examining Emerging Norms, Values, and Technological Drivers Around Relationships & Break-ups Online” by Wilhelm Klein and Aara Cho (distance presentation)

15:30-16:00 “The Ethical Dilemma While Using Technology to Mitigate Covid-19 Pandemic Restrictions” by Ala Ali Almahameed, Jorge Pelegrín-Borondo, Jorge de Andrés Sánchez, Orlando Lima Rua, Maria Alesanco Llorente, Alba García Milon and Mario Arias-Oliva (distance presentation)

16:00-16:30 ”Representation and Machine Agency” by Beba Cibralic and James Mattingly (distance presentation)

18:30Welcoming toast by City of Turku at Sibelius museum

Location: Piispankatu 17, 20500 Turku


19:30Conference Dinner at restaurant Grädda

Location: Piispankatu 15, 20500 Turku (next to Sibelius museum)


Day 3 (28.7.2022)

10:00-11:30SESSION 17 (Lecture hall 08)

Session chair: Salla Ponkala

10:00-10:30 “Bullshit Blockchain Mining?” by Kazuyuki Shimizu (distance presentation)

10:30-11:00 “Care and Data: How can we use healthcare data ethically?” by Ryoko Asai (distance presentation)

11:00-11:30 “The Hidden Side of Digital Technologies for Family Use: privacy and other related ethical issues in digital distance education and telecommuting at home” by Ryoko Asai and Sachiko Yanagihara (distance presentation)

SESSION 18 (Lecture hall 07)

Session chair: Olli Heimo

10:00-10:30 “ “Be a Pattern for the World”: The Development of a Dark Patterns Detection Tool to Prevent User Loss” by Jordan Donnelly, Alan Dowley, Yunpeng Liu, Yufei Su, Quanwei Sun, Lan Zeng, Andrea Curley, Damian Gordon, Paul Kelly, Dympna O’Sullivan and Anna Becevel

10:30-11:00 “One Problem of Social Media and its Solution: Self-Reliance, Humility, and the Telos of Truth” by Richard Volkman

11:00-11:30 “Smart patches in mass-casualty incidents” by Katerina Zdravkova and Ana Madevska Bogdanova

SESSION 19 (Lecture hall 10)

Session chair: Jani Koskinen

10:00-10:30 “Does Artificial Intelligence Evolve or Degenerate Sports?” by Kiyoshi Murata, Yohko Orito and Yasunori Fukuta (distance presentation)

10:30-11:00 “The social implications of brain machine interfaces for people with disabilities: Experimental and semi-structured interview surveys” by Yohko Orito, Tomonori Yamamoto, Hidenobu Sai, Kiyoshi Murata, Yasunori Fukuta, Taichi Isobe and Masahi Hori (distance presentation)

11:00-11:30 “ELSI Education as a Correction for Ethically or Legally Dubious Professional and Technical Conduct: The Case of “Winny” in Japan” by Takushi Otani (distance presentation)

11:30-12:30Lunch break
12:30-13:30 SESSION 20 (Lecture hall 08)

Session chair: Anne-Marie Tuikka

12:30-13:00 “IT Ethics Protocol and Usability for Enhancing Culture in the Spanish Museums” by Raquel García-Martín, Ana María Lara-Palma, Bruno Baruque-Zanón and Rodrigo Alonso-Alcalde (recorded presentation)

13:00-13:30 “Access Control Meets Genetics: The Challenges of Information Leakage and Non-users” by Michael S. Kirkpatrick


SESSION 21 (Lecture hall 10)

Session chair: Jani Koskinen

12:30-13:00 “Rationalizing Emotion through Technology: Or Addressing the Political and Liberal Narrative in Emotion Technology” by Eugenia Stamboliev and Mark Coeckelbergh.

13:00-13:30 “Chinese Soft Power: Data Politics” by Nehme Khawly and Mario Arias-Oliva (distance presentation)


13:45Closing remarks (Osuuskauppa hall)
14:00Coffee and end of the Conference

Keynote speakers:

Dr. Johnny Søraker is an AI Ethicist at Google, working to ensure that advanced technology launches across the company are aligned with the AI Principles, and educating employees to identify, discuss and resolve ethical problems. Before joining the responsible innovation team as an ethicist, he was a senior strategist leading policy development for some of Google’s most visible features, including Image Search, Autocomplete, and the Assistant. Before joining Google in 2017, he was assistant professor of ethics of technology at the University of Twente, where he also received his PhD dedicated to ethics and well-being in virtual worlds. He has published and lectured extensively on the ethics of new and emerging technologies, awarded teacher of the year for his ethics in computer science course, and been a principal investigator in three ERC projects related to responsible innovation. Søraker is currently heading several projects intended to help facilitate responsible innovation in small- and medium-sized businesses.


Dr. Penny Duquenoy has spent her career as an academic teaching and publishing on ethics and technology. As a Senior Lecturer and Associate Professor at Middlesex University, London, Dr. Duquenoy has been an active researcher in the field of Computer Ethics, with more than 30 publications on the ethical implications of ICT. Her current role at Middlesex University is Visiting Researcher. Penny has actively promoted ethics and professionalism through her involvement with BCS (The Chartered Institute for IT) since 2001, and as Chair of BCS ICT Ethics Specialist Group from its inception in 2012 to 2022. She has led and participated in EU and UK co-funded projects focusing on ethics and technology, as well as undertaking ethics reviews of EU projects and proposals for research agencies in UK, Europe and internationally. Always working within an international community through membership of the International Federation of for Information Processing (IFIP) and as Chair of groups on ethics/social accountability, Penny is currently the BCS representative for IFIP Technical Committee 9 (ICT and Society).



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