Assistant Professor, Center for Public Administration & Policy, Virginia Tech
Dr. Sara Mattingly-Jordan is an Assistant Professor in the Center for Public Administration & Policy at Virginia Tech. Her work is in the general area of applied ethics, with foci in research ethics, ethics for Big Data and artificial intelligence, and ethical norms for public management. She is an active member of the IEEE Global Initiative for Ethically Aligned Design of Autonomous and Intelligent Systems and is the vice-Chair of the Society for Social Implications of Technology (SSIT) Standards group. Her research work appears in a range venues from Public Productivity and Management Review, to Review of Policy Research, to Accountability in Research. Her occasional writing on related topics appear in Machine Design.
Sara is participating in the Cognitive Computing Consortium Conference at AI World!