Internet Ethics: Views From Silicon Valley
Commentary by Internet Ethics Program Director Irina Raicu and colleagues
An AI-free zone?
Pretty please consider what area of our lives we might want to keep from being automated.
Fueled by Yerba Mate and Driven Students, the Hackathon Was a Success
An overview of this year's hackathon, organized by SCU OMIS students
Robot Robot shining bright / In the lab's electric light...
A Learning Lab at RSA
Inviting cybersecurity experts to a conversation about ethical dilemmas
A different kind of Facebook privacy violation
Facebook suffers a privacy violation and questions moral compasses.
Perspectives on the Facebook-Cambridge Analytica Controversy
The "harvesting" of personal data from social media impacts both individual users and the common good.
Think Like Nobody's Tracking Your Thinking
The age of artificial intelligence forces us to work harder to define (and protect) human intelligence.
Resources for students and practitioners
Each of these new free teaching resources includes a reading, exercises, and case studies.
Notes from a Content Moderation Conference
The question of content moderation fits squarely in the area of tension between liberty and justice.
On Silicon Valley and bubbles
Will 2018 be a year in which we all see a bit more past our bubbles?