Morality and Machines: Perspectives on Computer Ethics

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2002 - 522 páginas
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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.

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Computer Ethics?
11
Chapter 1
23
The Modern View of Reason
32
Long Essay Questions
39
Skepticism
47
Chapter 3
65
Conclusion
75
PART TWO ETHICS APPLIED TO A COMPUTERIZED
87
Chapter 8
293
Chapter 9
323
Responsibility Liability Law and Professional
375
Computers the Government
399
Some Dissenting Voices
418
The Artificial Intelligensia
443
11
470
Appendix A
477

Chapter 5
157
Chapter 6
201
11
249
Carnivore
273
Appendix B
485
Organizational Leadership Imperatives
492
Index
507
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Stacey L. Edgar, SUNY, Geneseo Stacey Edgar did undergraduate work in engineering physics and graduate work (MS, MA, PhD) in physics and philosophy, worked for seven years at General Electric as a programmer analyst (providing a strong foundation in scientific computing and computers in general), and has taught computer science and philosophy at SUNY Geneseo since 1975. Experience in the classroom provided the basis for two prior texts in Fortran programming and a first edition of this textbook on computer ethics. Edgar is the recipient of a SUNY-wide Chancellor's Award for Excellence and Teaching and of college awards for Excellence in Advising and a Mentoring Award.

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