This survey leverages the AI for Good platform and its community to develop a global inventory of AI curricula, with a specific focus on trustworthy artificial intelligence, ethics, and responsible technology use. The survey was prepared by Teresa Lu-Romeo, a student at Harvard University. UNESCO’s Recommendation on the Ethics of Artificial Intelligence (2021) also serves as a key reference document for this effort.

AI for Good is convened by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU)—the United Nations specialized agency for information and communication technologies—in partnership with more than 40 UN agencies and bodies. AI for Good seeks to identify practical applications of AI to help advance the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. The organization’s thriving community consists of thousands of AI experts, practitioners, and policymakers, among others.

The following questions represent an opportunity to share your own unique experiences, perspectives, and insights into the field of AI ethics. The questions are almost entirely multiple-choice and should take no more than 10 minutes to answer. The survey is for both students and teachers/professors who are taking/teaching or have taken/taught a class. Your responses are highly appreciated and will play a critical role in enriching the global knowledge base on AI ethics education. Participation in this survey is taken as consent for the data gathered to be used in subsequent publications.