In technology ethics, the Center addresses issues arising from artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, information technology, biotechnology, and other emerging fields.
What is Technology Ethics?
The Democracy Project
This collection of essays by scholars and technologists, which developed as a collaboration between the Ethics Center and The Atlantic magazine, traces the impact of technology on democracy and suggests ways in which technology can strengthen democratic practices and institutions.Read More
Commentary on Technology Ethics
Brian Green, assistant director of Campus Ethics, comments.
Internet Ethics Director Irina Raicu comments.
Assistant director of Campus Ethics, Brian Green, comments.
Technology Ethics Programs
Technology and the Ethical Imagination
The Markkula Center for Applied Ethics and The Tech Museum of Innovation collaborate on integrating ethics into the museum's exhibits, events, and educational programs.Learn More
Software Engineering Ethics Teaching Module
This ethics module for software engineering courses includes a reading, homework assignments, case studies, and classroom exercises.Learn More
IT, Ethics, and Law Lecture Series
Since 2005, the Ethics Center has collaborated with the SCU High Tech Law Institute to sponsor this series of presentations on topics in information technology.Learn More
Partnership on AI
The Partnership focuses on artificial intelligence, bringing together companies such as Amazon, Facebook, Google, and Apple, with academic and research organizations and nonprofits, to collaborate on addressing common concerns.Learn More