[REC] Discussion round about: Ethical Decision Making at Future-IoT 3rd edition: “IoT meets Security” (2020-10-07)
The discussion covered another very important topic: ethics.
Marc-Oliver Pahl introduced this session for complementing and completing the other aspects of security covered in the PhD school. After a short motivation, we watched a 30 minutes keynote given by Turing Award winner and security expert Martin Hellmann. He talked about “Ethical Decision Making”. In this keynote, Martin wonderfully illustrated how ethical decision making became more and more important in his life, and how he manages it. Following the talk, we had a lively and very interesting discussion in the group on ethical aspects of our concrete works, and the informatics profession in general. One conclusion was that we consider it super important to cover ethical aspects in education, and that we would love to see it even more represented as a mandatory element in the curricula!
This discussion happened at the 3rd edition of the Future IoT PhD school series 2020 under the motto “IoT meets Security”. Future-IoT 2020 introduces to the fascinating world of the Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) and its security challenges.
IoT meets Security recordings:
Monday, Oct 5, 2020 – The Who is Who of IoT Security
- 13h00 Grand Opening, Marc-Oliver Pahl and Nicolas Montavont (IMT/ TUM)
- 13h15 IoT meets Security, Marc-Oliver Pahl (Chaire Cyber CNI) and Lars Wüstrich (TUM)
- 14h15 Business Value through IoT and AI, Niels Thomsen (Atos)
- 15h30 Enhanced Company Resilience through Cybersecurity, Emmanuel Bricard (elm.leblanc)
- 16h30 End-to-End security for IoT constrained devices, Paul Emmanuel Brun (Airbus)
- 18h30 Virtual Strasbourg City Tour, Nicolas Montavont
Tuesday, Oct 6, 2020 – Innovation, transitions, reliability, and experimentation
- 9h00 Culture of Innovation and working backwards process, Asinetta Serban (Amazon Web Services)
- 11h00 Challenges on the way to 4.0, Olivier Presne, Francois Planchot, Cornelia Lux (ArianeGroup)
- 14h00 From best-effort to high-reliability for the Industrial Internet of Things, Fabrice Theoleyre (CNRS)
- 15h00 Presentation IoT Lab, Guillaume Schreiner (Université de Strasbourg)
- 18h30 The Internet – the backbone of our society: Recorded interview with Turing Award winner Vint Cerf and Panel Discussion
Wednesday, Oct 7, 2020 – IoT, OT, you, and the ethics
- 14h00 Security for IoT and OT – An Industrial Perspective, Oliver Pfaff (Siemens)
- 18h30 Discussion on Ethical Decision Making, with recorded talk from Martin Hellmann (Turing Award winner and half of the Diffie-Hellmann key exchange; recorded talk from the Being-Human with Algorithms Symposium 2018 as a world premiere)
- 19h30 Closing Event