|1||Aug. 31st Introduction.
|September 2nd Roger Gilman
- guest appearance
Read ch 4: Cyber History and Cyber Etiquette
|2||9/7/04 Turn in your story about
reverse engineering. Read the ACM code of ethics.
|9/9/04 Read ch. 1: Ethics
|3||9/14 Discuss readings.||9/16 Read ch. 2: The Roots of Ethics.|
|4||9/21 Read ch. 3: Decision making and professionalism||9/23 Discuss ch. 3|
|5||9/28 Read ch. 5: Computer Crime and infowar||9/30 More chapter 5: Copyright|
|6||October 5th Review for paper 1||10/7|
|7||10/12Discuss papers||10/14Chapter 6: Information, Privacy and the Law.|
|8||10/19Field trip||10/21Discuss ch. 6|
|9||10/26 The Case of the Killer Robot||10/28 Discussions|
|10||November 2nd Review||11/4|
|11||11/11 Read ch. 7: Risk, Reliability, AI, and the Future||11/13 Catch up on your work|
|12||11/18 More discussions||11/20Chapter 8: E-commerce and business ethics|
|13||11/25/04 1st presentation||11/27 ThanksGiving|
|14||December 2nd Project presentation||12/4/04 Read ch. 9: Social issues.|
|15||12/9 Student project||12/11 Last day. Discussions.|
Cs-310I meets in FA104 on Tues.-Thurs. at 10:50 am - 12:05 pm.
2 papers will count for 20% of your grade.
Blackboard discussion 15 %.
Weekly summaries of readings 30%.
Final presentation will count for 25% of your grade.
Participation in class/group discussion will count for 10%.
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