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The Autonomous Systems Policy Institute (ASPI) is a campus-wide institute dedicated to interdisciplinary scholarship and teaching on the design, governance, and wider implications of autonomous systems; and to critically engaging and shaping the policy
and ethical frameworks that guide the use and development of autonomous systems.
ASPI’s work focuses all autonomous systems, from driverless cars to unmanned aerial vehicles to maritime systems. This broad approach, plus ASPI’s interdisciplinary reach,
allows it to offer a synthesizing, critical perspective on how autonomous systems impact the world around us and what kinds of policies, norms, and practices can best shape their ethical and fair use.
ASPI brings academic insight, community needs, and industry developments into conversation and joint action. It involves faculty from all Syracuse University schools and colleges and creates research opportunities for graduate and undergraduate students across campus.
ASPI also hosts speaker series, public events, and student and faculty workshops.
Areas of potential collaboration include the following:
>> Learn more about our study opportunities related to the field of autonomous systems.
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Syracuse University Announces the Establishment of New Autonomous Systems Policy Institute
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View the Opening Remarks and Keynote Address.
Symposium on Autonomous Systems Policy, Law, and Governance
May 6, 2019
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The Governance of AI Research Group
Kennedy discusses the exciting work of the
Autonomous Systems Policy Institute (ASPI)
Syracuse University Associate Professor Dr.
Krista Kennedy and as host, our Burton Blatt Institute colleague Diane Wiener,
discuss the exciting work of the Autonomous Systems Policy Institute (ASPI),
the importance of “human/machine collaboration” and the opportunities and
challenges autonomous systems hold for persons with disabilities.
Jamie WindersDirector, Autonomous Systems Policy InstituteProfessor, Geography and the Environmentjwinders@syr.edu