By Sara Baase
Gift of Fire is perfect for classes in machine Ethics and pcs and Society.
In this revision of a best-seller, Baase explores the social, criminal, philosophical, moral, political, constitutional, and financial implications of computing and the controversies they elevate. With a working laptop or computer scientist's viewpoint, and with old context for plenty of concerns, she covers the problems readers will face either as contributors of a technological society and as execs in computer-related fields. a main target is to increase desktop execs who comprehend the results of what they convey and the way it suits into society at large.
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