About the Workshop
Awareness in Data Management and Information Systems
Digital transformation comes with ethical concerns about how flexible information systems can be used and misused, posing new challenges for researchers and practitioners across the whole spectrum of Information Systems Engineering.
Similarly, ethics-related aspects are becoming prominent in the data management community, where traditional processes for searching, querying, or analyzing data hardly pay any specific attention to the social problems their outcomes could bring about. These demands are broadly reflected into codes of ethics and in legally binding regulations.
The 2nd International Workshop on “Processing Information Ethically” (PIE) will acknowledge the need for the design of responsible Information System with a Data Management perspective. PIE 2020 will encourage papers on the conceptual and technological approaches for dealing with ethical issues of data management and of all the activities of the whole information lifecycle, including source selection, knowledge extraction, data integration and analysis.
We encourage multidisciplinary submissions on, but not limited to:
|time||title||speaker | authors|
|13:05--13:40||Exploiting Latent Information in Databases via Database Embedding: Technology, Applications, Ethics||Oded Shmueli|
|13:40--13:55||"Futility of a Right to Explanation"||Jarek Gryz and Nima Shahbazi|
|13:55--14:10||"Knowledge Graph Embeddings: Are Relation-Learning Models Learning Relations?"||Andrea Rossi and Antonio Matinata|
|14:25--14:40||"Ontology-based explanation of classifiers"||Federico Croce, Gianluca Cima, Maurizio Lenzerini and Tiziana Catarci|
|14:40--14:55||"Coverage-based Rewriting for Data Preparation"||Chiara Accinelli, Barbara Catania and Simone Minisi|
|14:55--15:10||"Promoting Data Provenance Tracking in the Archaeological Interpretation Process"||Sara Migliorini, Alberto Belussi and Elisa Quintarelli|