Morality and Machines: Perspectives on Computer Ethics
Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2002 - 522 páginas
This text helps students explore the wider field of computer ethics, including discussion of key topics such as privacy, software protection, artificial intelligence, workplace issues, virtual reality, and cybersex.
Which View of Reason Is Correct?
The Search for a Basis for Ethics
Intentions Freedom and Universality
References and Recommended Readings
Why Is Privacy of Value?
A National Computerized Criminal History System?
The Worst Scenario
The Importance of Privacy
Short Essay Questions
Long Essay Questions
The Sorcerers Apprentice
Responsibility Liability Law and Professional
Computers the Government
Centralization Versus Decentralization of
Some Dissenting Voices
Star Wars by Any Other Name
The Artificial Intelligensia
Organizational Leadership Imperatives
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