Content tagged with "ETHICS"

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Timeline: IEEE’s Efforts to Elevate the Engineering Profession

8 November 2017
The organization has been working to enhance the field for more than 40 years

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What to Do If You’ve Been Harassed in the Workplace

31 October 2017
An IEEE senior member and her lawyer talk about steps to take

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IEEE TechEthics Event Addresses the Challenges Involved in Designing Ethical AI

26 October 2017
More regulations and ethics training are needed to protect consumers

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Four Recommendations to Protect U.S. Citizens as AI Continues to Expand

11 October 2017
IEEE-USA committee’s position statement addresses R&D, workforce development, and more

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Keeping Bias From Creeping Into Code

12 September 2017
Expert discusses ways to prevent prejudices from showing up in software

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Would You Let Your Employer Implant a Microchip in Your Hand?

10 August 2017
More than half the employees at a Wisconsin company have volunteered to do so

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Proposed Changes to the IEEE Code of Ethics

21 July 2017
Members can comment on the changes on or before 30 October

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Key Milestones Missing From an Ethics Support Timeline on The Institute

11 July 2017
Concerned members fill in the gaps and request to restore ethics advice and support

Should Smartphones Be Banned for Children Under 13?

7 July 2017
A Colorado father is campaigning to stop the sales of “addictive devices” in his state

President Karen Bartleson On the Ethical Implications of Disruptive Technologies

26 June 2017
She discusses the importance of IEEE’s initiative on artificial intelligence and autonomous systems