Internet Ethics: Views From Silicon Valley
Commentary by Internet Ethics Program Director Irina Raicu and colleagues
A response to Bruce Schneier
"Private blockchains" should not be misconstrued--and are quite interesting from a distributed/operating systems perspective.
Why the Details of a Recent Story about Facebook Matter
The key issue in the recent revelations about Facebook's research app is not the violation of Apple’s Terms of Service.
"[G]ood data scientists... never forget the people behind the data and the moral respect that they are owed."
On the moral status of individuals in an age of predictive insights and a data economy
Technology Ethics, Law, and Fairness in AI
2018's conversations about technology ethics have engendered some false dilemmas.
"Data is not truth... [It] is necessarily a pragmatic integration."
Part of a series of interviews offering varied perspectives on data ethics
On ethical deployment of AI tools
So Far, So Bad
Cybersecurity is a very large problem--and a question of common good.
“But I already pay you for shipping and handling, as does the sender,” I protested, “so why would you need to look inside my packages to decide how much more to bill me?”
Materials for Courses and Companies, and An Upcoming Talk by DJ Patil
Developing academic and corporate cultures that embed considerations of data ethics
Materials for ethics training workshops in tech companies
New materials aim to help make ethical practices an essential component of product development.