2019 Ethics Seminar Topic: Warning, AI is Watching!
Join us for this presentation by Dr. Brian Steverson – Gonzaga University
Time and Location: December 10th, at Albertsons HQ, 250 E Parkcenter Blvd @ 2:00 – 4:00 PM (Please park in a non-reserved parking space. Meet in the lobby at 1:45pm for security check-in.)
ISACA/IIA Member: $35
Students or ISACA / IIA Retirees: $10
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Warning, AI is Watching!
Auditing, financial reviews and fraud investigations involve the gathering, generation, and analysis of information. Modern information technologies, like data mining algorithms and artificial intelligence driven data analytics, will increasingly become necessary tools for auditors, fraud examiners, as well as other financial personnel. In this session we will discuss some of the ethical concerns that arise in the use of such information technologies as integral pieces in successful use of the data.
Dr. Brian K. Steverson is the John L. Aram Chair of Business Ethics in the School of Business Administration at Gonzaga University. Prior to assuming the Aram Chair, in 2008, he was a member of the Philosophy Department since 1992. He received his Ph.D. from Tulane University in 1991. He served as Faculty President at Gonzaga from 2014-2018. He was also a Faculty Regent from 2015-2018. His main areas of current scholarship are business ethics, professional ethics, and the ethics of entrepreneurship. His work has appeared in Environmental Ethics, the Online Journal of Ethics, Topics in Contemporary Philosophy, the Business and Professional Ethics Journal, the Journal of Ethics & Entrepreneurship, and the Journal of Jesuit Business Education. His The Ethics of Employment Screening for Psychopathy is in press with Lexington books. He is currently working on another book, An Ethics Primer for Fraud Examiners. He is also doing research with a colleague on entrepreneurs as agents of normative social change.