Analysis and commentary on applied ethics in many fields by the staff of the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics
ChatGPT and generative artificial intelligence innovation is exciting, but also daunting when considering its impact on academia.
How might news platforms and products ensure that ethical journalism on chronic issues is not drowned out by the noise of runaway political news cycles?
A Recent Conversation with Three Experts
Video of our recent panel discussion is now available.
The risk that unethical employees pose to a corporation justify the inclusion of a few good questions related to ethics in the interview process.
What is the effect of calling a product "experimental" and deploying it?
We need more innovation and disruption—from different constituencies.
There is a lot of work to be done, by all of us who are impacted by AI tools.
One of many questions, self-prompted
Why do people disagree so passionately about what is right and how can journalists unpack political speech and reframe their questions to get past those disagreements?
In its recent decision to release ChatGPT into the wild, OpenAI seems to have failed to consider students and educators among the stakeholders who would be impacted by the text-generating technology.
While AI art generators might put art courses at risk and harm artists, AI text generators have the ability to ruin a wide swath of evaluation methods that much of our global educational system relies upon.
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