Attached Is the Assignment That Must Be Put into A Power Point Presentation No Exceptions.
Power Point Must Be At Least 3 Slides.
Review your initial post from this week’s discussion activity on computer ethics. Use Microsoft PowerPoint to create a presentation based on your initial computer ethics discussion and associated research.
To view a brief ‘How To’ video for creating a PowerPoint file for this assignment, click on the video in your course shell: Creating a PowerPoint (access this link through your online course)
Your presentation Should:
Identify the key points you want to highlight.
Contain a minimum of three slides in the body of the presentation.
Each slide in the body of the presentation should have no more than three bullet points.
Each slide must include animation.
Include graphics, audio, video or embedded links as needed to support and enhance your topics.
Create a title slide that that includes a Title of PowerPoint, Students Name, Course Number & Title, Instructor’s Name, and Date, in that order.
Create a reference slide that identifies all sources used within the presentation (including graphics or other multimedia)
Format your references according to APA style as outline in the Ashford Writing Center (Links to an external site.), and use in-text citations where necessary throughout the body of your presentation.
Find a current news article in the Ashford University Library’s ProQuest US News stream database about an ethical issue that involves computer technology, or involves a technology company.
The Ashford University Library is accessible through the online classroom via the library tab. For tips on how to use ProQuest US News stream, view this quick guide: ProQuest US News stream Research Tips (Links to an external site.) .
In January, a new centre for ethics, computing, and society were opened with the aim of addressing the inequalities that are produced through computer technology as well as digital media.
With the increase us of computer technology across the different field the potential of inequity is high. The centre aims at using the resources in the university to educate other people and to understand this better. Interest in ethics computing is rising as an algorithm is implemented in everything, including the bail rate in the justice system and social media feeds.
A broad group of individuals is interested in the issues of computers in society, including the faculty of public health, art, architecture, and music.
One of the main objectives of the centre is to focus on understanding computer inequalities. For instance, one of the past research projects involved why the Facebook algorithm provides the option of gay flag emoji to specific users in June 2017.
The university provided ESC with the chance to address the issue and fill in the gap, (Mackay, 2020). The University of Michigan has a large group of faculties that are experienced in areas concerning computers. The main idea was to showcase the University strength in this area by creating a community that is interested in this field.
Professor Sophia, who is an art and design assistant and a former Google software engineer carry out research with ESC that focuses on an individual’s perspective relating to the role of technology in the future both the good and the bad.
The main goal of the research is to get people to think about the future, evaluate the current trends, and extrapolate them into the future. ESC researchers, together with Sandvig and Brueckner, are analysing the famous algorithm and how they play a role in our everyday life to educate society better and look for alternatives.
Mackay, H. (2020, Feb 19). Ethics, society and computing: Escaping inequality in technology. University Wire. Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.proxy-library.ashford.edu/docview/2362550685?accountid=32521