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Why ethics can no longer be ignored in technology

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Why ethics can no longer be ignored in technology

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As a teacher in ICT and Media Design at Fontys University of Applied Sciences I know but all too well what many of my students want. They are part of a makers community. Most of them just want to build cool stuff with whatever (new) technology may be relevant. My students are by grosso modo millennials or even post-millennials: a synthetic generation for whom the concept of digital ‘transformation’ is alien (van Doorn, Duivestein, & Pepping, 2019). So most of my students are digitals natives: they use ICT as a tool to make a positive impact on society. But does that mean they use their (ICT) skills to build the right things? Or more specifically: do they automatically build things in a right manner? I don’t think so and I will be happy to explain my reflective thoughts about this later on in this essay. But let me give you an example from my daily practice first.

OrganisatieFontys Hogescholen
AfdelingFontys Hogeschool ICT
Datum2019-12-10
TypeWorkingpaper
TaalEngels

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