The cyberspace permeates all dimensions of our contemporary life. It influences the way we travel, the way we remain in connection with others, communicate and harvest information, and ultimately how we organise our business and private lives. Who are we as humans amidst the cyberspace?
Programme Applied Ethics
This online course addresses the salient ethical questions in relation to security, technologies and artificial intelligence, freedom and responsible citizenship, economics and bullying and protection of the vulnerable, religion, governance and democratic participation. The units include reading and study material of high actuality. Participants will benefit of full and free access to the Globethics.net online library with a plethora of publications in several collection areas of applied ethics. The course is based on the publication: 'Cyber Ethics 4.0: Serving Humanity with Values' written by Christoph Stückelberger and Pavan Duggal, and willl be accompanied by two high profiled and experienced course instructors.
Key learning outcomes
- Recognize the main ethical aspects in cyber environment.
- Apply ethics, core values to all decisions that are made within cyber space.
- Analyze cyber space management approaches and models from the ethical perspective.
- Create new principles of behavior in cyber space that meet global ethical principles and rules.
Successful participants habitually work in public or private professional sectors. Cyber ethics is considered as one of the few key competences decisive for all professional development initiatives and is considered as one of the key assets for employability.
Prof. Dr, Prof. of Global Ethics in Switzerland, Nigeria, Russia,
China and book editor
| Pavan Duggal |
Honorary Chancellor of Cyberlaw University and book editor
| Svetlana Mitereva |
Arend van Campen
Manager at TankTerminalTraining - Cybernetician
Researcher at Sustenance4all.com and Ieder1samen.nl
| Gilles Bach |
Trilingual Consultant in the Data, AI, IoT space - Digital & Core Transformation - Innovation
Certificate of Completion upon fulfilment of all qualification requirements, in particular the final assignments. A certificate supplement with the indication of the achieved learning outcomes according to the syllabus and the area of the submitted final assignment can be established.
Cyberspace and the fourth industrial revolution (4.0). Definitions, dimensions
Cyber Ethics definition of ethics, specificities and dimensions of cyber ethics, values and virtues. Ethics for IT Workers and IT Users.
Cyber Technologies and Ethics I: AI - Artificial Intelligence
Cyber Technologies and Ethics II: Fintech, Blockchain
Cyber Media: freedom, dignity, citizens responsibility, net neutrality
Cyber Economy and Ethics: driving economic powers
Cyber Security I: Cyber Crime and Ethics
Cyber Security II: Secret Services and Ethics
Cyber Peace: Autonomous weapons and ethics
Cyber Protection of the vulnerable: Health, Bullying, Children
Cyber Religion: Datasm as Religion
Cyber Law and Governance and Ethics: Voluntary values and legally binding norms. International conventions
|Module 13||Conclusions Cyber Ethics: 10 core values and virtues for Cyber Ethics|
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