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Embedded EthiCS: Integrating Ethics Broadly Across Computer Science Education

@article{Grosz2018EmbeddedEI,
  title={Embedded EthiCS: Integrating Ethics Broadly Across Computer Science Education},
  author={Barbara J. Grosz and David Gray Grant and Kate Vredenburgh and Jeff Behrends and Lily Hu and Alison Simmons and Jim Waldo},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2018},
  volume={abs/1808.05686}
}
Computing technologies have become pervasive in daily life, sometimes bringing unintended but harmful consequences. Forstudents to learn to think not only about what technology they could create, but also about what technology they shouldcreate, computer science curricula must expand to include ethical reasoning about the societal value and impact of these technologies. This paper presents Embedded EthiCS, a novel approachto integrating ethics into computer science education that incorporates… 

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