Article: Embedded EthiCS: Integrating Ethics Across CS Education
The cover story of the August Communications of the ACM covers digital ethics pedagogy.
“This article presents an alternative and more integrative approach to incorporating ethical reasoning into computer science education, which we have dubbed ‘Embedded EthiCS.’ In contrast to stand-alone computer ethics or computer-and-society courses, Embedded EthiCS employs a distributed pedagogy that makes ethical reasoning an integral component of courses throughout the standard computer science curriculum.” View the whole piece here.
The authors are Barbara J. Grosz, David Gray Grant, Kate Vredenburgh, Jeff Behrends, Lily Hu, Alison Simmons, and Jim Waldo. David Gray Grant has been a JFI senior fellow since 2018, and Lily Hu joined us in June 2019.
Atlantic Council brief: “Clean industrial policies: A space for EU-US collaboration”
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New paper: Exploring Data as and in Service of the Public Good
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Welcoming two fellows on European decarbonization
The fellows join our affiliate initiative with the Atlantic Council.