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PostedDecember 28, 2016 AT 12:34 PM
"Programmers are having a huge discussion about the unethical and illegal things they’ve been asked to do" (Business Insider), discusses ethics issues for programmers and details some of the pressures to cut corners in the workplace they experience.
PostedDecember 28, 2016 AT 12:29 PM
"Who Decides the Future of Work?" (Communications of the ACM) describes the recent De Lange Conference on Humans, Machines, and the Future of Work at Rice University in Houston.
Why it is unique or exemplary This Partnership for International Research and Education (PIRE) award supports a five-year project that brings researchers and students from six U.S. institutions together with five partner institutions in India and three in China to conduct ...
Abstract: In this case, a philosophy student and vegetarian contemplates whether animal disenhancement—engineering the cognitive and physical abilities of animals so that they cannot suffer psychological and physical harms—would make factory farming more morally acceptable. He also wonders whether philosophical arguments in favor of animal disenhancement could be extended to support human disenhancement.
A annotated bibliography looking at ethical issues and societal implications raised by human enhancement, including cybernetic and genetic technologies, cognitive enhancement, moral enhancement, and what it means to be human. Types of materials included in the bibliography include policy documents, reports web sites, films, books and journal articles.
This two-credit AHS course offers a chance to learn about a new approach to values-driven leadership development called “Giving Voice to Values” (GVV, www.GivingVoiceToValuesTheBook.com). This approach has made a dramatic impact on business education and business practice around the ...
Cities are embedded within larger-scale engineered infrastructures (e.g., electric power, water supply, and transportation networks) that convey natural resources over large distances for use by people living there. Their sustainability therefore depends upon complex, cross-scale interactions ...