CS4610 Information Ethics

Rapid and revolutionary advances in IT confront society with novel choices and opportunities. This course attempts to identify the kinds of ethical choices that may arise from its use. While a few may be clear choices, most will be between the greater of goods or the lesser of evils. These choices will be difficult because the values are difficult to identify, the right choices are more difficult than the wrong, and their consequences are neither certain nor easily predicted. Prerequisites: None.

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