Topics include privacy, intellectual property, social media, the digital divide, the risks of complex software, cybersecurity, ethical issues in new technology development, and the future of artificial intelligence in everyday life and in the workplace. Carries the writing and the ethics and leadership flags.
May not be counted toward a degree in computer science.
Prerequisite: Computer Science 313E with a grade of at least C-.
Course number may be repeated for credit when the topics vary.