- Recognize the main ethical aspects of cyber environments
- Apply ethics, and core values to all decisions that are made within cyberspace
- Analyse cyberspace management approaches and models from the ethical perspective
- Create new principles of behaviour in cyberspace that meet global ethical principles and rules
Unit 1 Cyberspace and the fourth industrial revolution (4.0): Definitions, dimensions
Unit 2 Cyber Ethics: definition of ethics, specificities and dimensions of cyber ethics, values and virtues. Ethics for IT workers and IT users.
Unit 3 Cyber Technologies and Ethics I: AI - Artificial Intelligence
Unit 4 Cyber Technologies and Ethics II: Fintech, Blockchain
Unit 5 Cyber Media: freedom, dignity, citizen responsibility, net neutrality
Unit 6 Cyber Economy and Ethics: driving economic powers
Unit 7 Cyber Security I: Cyber Crime and Ethics
Unit 8 Cyber Security II: Secret Services and Ethics
Unit 9 Cyber Peace: Autonomous weapons and ethics
Unit 10 Cyber Protection of the vulnerable: Health, Bullying, Children
Unit 11 Cyber Religion: Dataism as Religion
Unit 12 Cyber Law and Governance and Ethics: Voluntary values and legally binding norms. International conventions
Unit 13 Conclusions Cyber Ethics: 10 core values and virtues for Cyber Ethics
Arend van Campen
Ethicist and cybernetician. Researcher at www.sustenance4all.com
Trilingual Consultant in the Data, AI, IoT space - Digital & Core Transformation - Innovation
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