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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Stacey L Edgar
|Description:||xv, 522 p. ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||TABLE OF CONTENTS --
Ethical decision making --
Is ethics possible --
The search for a basis for ethics --
Software piracy, property, and protection --
Computer crime --
Computer intruders, viruses, and all that --
Errors and reliability --
The computer world of work --
responsibility, liability, law, and professional ethics --
Computers, the government, and the military --
The artificial intelligensia and virtual worlds.
|Responsibility:||Stacey L. Edgar.|
Computers have become ever-present in our lives, and with them come many aspects that raise serious moral issues. Morality and Machines is intended for science and technology students, philosophy students interested in applied ethics, and others who must deal with computers and the impact they have on our society.
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