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"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.
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"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.
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 ...
This paper describes an interdisciplinary education program offered to cohorts of graduate students from the United States, India, and China. Developed by an interdisciplinary team of university instructors from the three countries, the curriculum explores how the interaction of engineered ...
Abstract - Energy transitions raise significant questions of ethics and justice. This is particularly true today as the US and the world contemplate large-scale transformations of energy systems: the greening of energy production, the construction of smart grids and the rise of big data in ...
The code of ethics of the College of Engineers of Peru. This will link you to the latest version of the code in the Online Codes of Ethics Collection, which includes earlier versions of this code. You can also see other engineering codes of ethics in this collection.
Adopted in 1966, and revised most recently in 2009, the AAUP's Statement on Professional Ethics outlines the organization's commitment to intellectual freedom and the pursuit of learning.
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