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Workshop on Empirical Approaches to Ethics and Values in Science and Engineering

Apr 10, 2015 by Matthew J. Brown

Empirical Approaches to Ethics and Values in Science and Engineering Pre-Conference Workshop for the Values in Medicine, Science, and Technology Conference 2015 May 19, 2015 in Dallas, TX Workshop Objectives To share empirical approaches to understanding or improving the role of ethics and values in scientific and engineering practice with other groups and workshop attendees. To […]   Read more

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The ethics of using unethical research

May 13, 2014 by Matthew J. Brown

(Part II of Fergal’s series on citing Nazi and other unethical research. Continued from Part I.)  Initially I thought that the ethical question of whether it is acceptable to cite or use Nazi research data would be enough. However as I researched this topic and read more about the ethics of using data from previous […]   Read more

Twitter’s Racial Diversity: The Role of Black Twitter (continued)

May 13, 2014 by csj120030

(Continued from here.) It is natural for like-minded people to want to come together to discuss issues of common interest. The internet has made it much easier for us to form communities with people who we would not ordinarily have access to. Previously, we were able to meet and discuss issues with people in our […]   Read more

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