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  1-10 of 119 Reviews about "Ethics (K.4.1...)": Date Reviewed
  Defining through expansion: conducting asynchronous remote communities (ARC) research with stigmatized groups
Maestre J., MacLeod H., Connelly C., Dunbar J., Beck J., Siek K., Shih P.  CHI 2018 (Proceedings of the 2018 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Montreal QC, Canada,  Apr 21-26, 2018) 1-13, 2018. Type: Proceedings

An asynchronous remote community is basically a web-based focus group. The research reported here confirms the expectation that it is especially effective in research with stigmatized groups--in this case, people living with human immunodefic...

Aug 26 2021
   Data transparency with blockchain and AI ethics
Bertino E., Kundu A., Sura Z.  Journal of Data and Information Quality 11(4): 1-8, 2019. Type: Article

With the ever-growing use of digital technology, especially the use of big data technologies and machine learning, questions related to the proper use of data collected from social networks led to the introduction of data transparency. Hence, the ...

Apr 14 2021
  Should researchers use data from security breaches?
Douglas D.  Communications of the ACM 62(12): 22-24, 2019. Type: Article

The use of data derived from publicly exposed and security loophole databases will continue to be a controversial subject of debate for legal scholars and information technology (IT) computing ethics specialists. Should computing research practiti...

Jul 30 2020
  Patiency is not a virtue: the design of intelligent systems and systems of ethics
Bryson J.  Ethics and Information Technology 20(1): 15-26, 2018. Type: Article

Do moral issues exist in dealing with artificial intelligence (AI) systems such as robots? The word “patiency” in the title refers to whether an AI system can be treated in a way that is morally “wrong.” The author conclude...

Oct 10 2019
  Measuring moral acceptability in e-deliberation: a practical application of ethics by participation
Verdiesen I., Dignum V., Van Den Hoven J.  ACM Transactions on Internet Technology 18(4): 1-20, 2018. Type: Article

With the increasing ubiquity of the Internet comes the application of this technology to a wide variety of fields, including moral philosophy and political theory. The authors are particularly focused on deliberative democracy, that is, harnessing...

Apr 1 2019
  A brave new world of genetic engineering
Greengard S.  Communications of the ACM 62(2): 11-13, 2019. Type: Article

While CRISPR, Gene Knockout Kit (GKO), and cryo-electron microscopy (Cryo-EM) may be acronyms unknown to the larger computer science (CS) community, they are well known in genetic engineering research. Software and hardware are extending and chang...

Apr 1 2019
  Exploring the ethical, organisational and technological challenges of crime mapping: a critical approach to urban safety technologies
Galdon Clavell G.  Ethics and Information Technology 20(4): 265-277, 2018. Type: Article

Technological approaches to policing, which began with the use of databases, are becoming more popular. Two driving forces are the ability to integrate many data sources and the allure of using high technology. It appears as though “most cri...

Jan 24 2019
   How to teach computer ethics through science fiction
Burton E., Goldsmith J., Mattei N.  Communications of the ACM 61(8): 54-64, 2018. Type: Article

This is one of those very strange articles that makes one happy, just by its very existence....

Oct 15 2018
  Megatrends and air transport: legal, ethical and economic issues
Abeyratne R.,  Springer International Publishing, New York, NY, 2017. 253 pp. Type: Book (978-3-319611-23-5)

The author works in megatrends for a Montreal consulting firm, Aviation Strategies International. Additionally, he has written extensively on the economics and law of air transportation. Hence, he is uniquely qualified to address future directions...

Jul 26 2018
  “Revenge porn”: an analysis of legislative and policy responses
Goldsworthy T., Raj M., Crowley J.  International Journal of Technoethics 8(2): 26-41, 2017. Type: Article

In recent years, uploading or sharing images or videos online has become a social norm around the globe. However, when it involves intimate, disturbing, or nude images or video, circulation may take the form of a criminal activity known as “...

Jun 18 2018
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