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ETHICOMP 2001: "Systems of the Information Society"

Hosted by

Faculty of Electronics, Telecommunications and Informatics Technical University of Gdańsk,
Gdańsk, Poland

In association with

Centre for Computing and Social Responsibility
De Montfort University, UK

Research Center on Computing and Society
Southern Connecticut State University, USA

Conference Directors

Professor Henryk Krawczyk, Technical University of Gdańsk, Gdańsk, Poland
Professor Bogdan Wiszniewski, Technical University of Gdańsk, Gdańsk, Poland
Dr Stanislaw Szejko, Technical University of Gdańsk, Gdańsk, Poland
Professor Simon Rogerson, De Montfort University, UK
Professor Terrell Ward Bynum, Southern Connecticut State University, USA

A list of the programme committee is available on a seperate page.

The Conference was shown as a live web cast during the Conference.

This was fifth conference in the ETHICOMP series which addresses the social and ethical impacts of information and communication technologies. The conference was held at the Technical University of Gdańsk in Poland. The conference was on 18-20 June 2001.

The computing technology revolution continues to accelerate. The applications of this universal tool seem limitless. Indeed the convergence of computing, media and communication technologies has meant that each day we become more and more dependant on technology at work, at home, in travel, in learning and in communicating. Systems based on computing technology are powerful change agents.

The overall theme for ETHICOMP 2001 is "Systems of the Information Society". The aim is to focus on the ethical and social impacts of these systems on society, organisations and individuals. This will be done from four perspectives: software engineering and systems development; teaching ethics to computing students; ethics in virtual communities; and ethics in the off-line world.

 

All Pictures reproduced with the kind permission of Kula Studios.

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Weds 13 June 2001
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