EASE 2022
Mon 13 - Wed 15 June 2022 Göteborg, Sweden

Ethics in AI becomes a global topic of interest for both policymakers and academic researchers. In the last few years, various research organizations, lawyers, think tankers, and regulatory bodies get involved in developing AI ethics guidelines and principles. However, there is still debate about the implications of these principles. We conducted a systematic literature review (SLR) study to investigate the agreement on the significance of AI principles and identify the challenging factors that could negatively impact the adoption of AI ethics principles. The results reveal that the global convergence set consists of 22 ethical principles and 15 challenges. Transparency, privacy, accountability and fairness are identified as the most common AI ethics principles. Similarly, lack of ethical knowledge and vague principles are reported as the significant challenges for considering ethics in AI. The findings of this study are the preliminary inputs for proposing a maturity model that assesses the ethical capabilities of AI systems and provides best practices for further improvements.

Mon 13 Jun

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10:30 - 12:00
DevOps Quality Management 2022 Session 2DevOps Quality Management at DevOps Virtual Room
Paper 3 - Assessing the Maturity of DevOps Practices in Software Industry: An Empirical Study of HELENA2 Dataset
DevOps Quality Management
Ankur Kumar Aligarh Muslim University, Mohammad Nadeem Aligarh Muslim University, Mohammad Shameem Madanapalle Institute of Technology & Science, Andhra Pradesh
Paper 4 - Ethics of AI: A Systematic Literature Review of Principles and Challenges
DevOps Quality Management
Arif Ali Khan University of Oulu, Sher Badshah Dalhousie University, Peng Liang Wuhan University, China, Bilal Khan University Of Loralai, Muhammad Waseem Wuhan University, China, Aakash_Ahmad , Mahdi Fahmideh University of Southern Queensland, Mahmood Niazi King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Muhammad Azeem Akbar LUT University
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Paper 5 - The Influence of Cost Drivers on Effort Estimation in Distributed Software Development
DevOps Quality Management
Danish Iqbal Masaryk University, Faculty of Informatics, Sher Badshah Dalhousie University, irfan kazim

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