Keith W. Miller


Keith W. Miller is the Orthwein Endowed Professor for Life Long Learning in the Sciences at the College of Education of the University of Missouri – Saint Louis (UMSL). Professor Miller works in UMSL’s College of Education, holds tenure in UMSL’s Dept. of Mathematics and Computer Science, and is an associate faculty member in UMSL’s Dept. of Philosophy. He has earned a Ph.D. in Computer Science, an M.S. in Mathematics, and a B.S. in Education. Professor Miller’s community partners include the Saint Louis Science Center and Girls Inc. of St. Louis. Professor Miller’s research interests include computer ethics, the use of technology in education, codes of professional ethics, and software testing. He is a member of the ACM, the IEEE Computer Society, and the National Association for Interpretation. He has published more than 90 journal papers, 90 conference papers in proceedings, and over 200 conference talks, invited talks, workshops and demonstrations. Google Scholar lists more than 5000 citations to Professor Miller’s published research, and he has been the principal or co-principal investigator for grants totalling over $2 million US dollars. His most recent research has focused on ethical issues associated with the development of driverless vehicles, and with software used to redraw voting districts. More information about Professor Miller is available here. There are many reasons that Professor Miller always looks forward to participating in The Asian Conference on Education; one of them is that his older son Eric lives and works in Tokyo.

Keynote Presentation (2018) | Sophisticated Machines and Innovative Education: Who (or What) Will Thrive?

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