Ethics and the Computing Professional

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 Please see syllabus for academic honesty policies. 100 points. 6 questions, each weigh equally. At the end of every answer write the number of words you used. The stated number of words is minimum. Not to exceed 30 words over that. -10 points if you don’t specify word count for each question . Turn in on Turnitin.com and a hard copy in class. No more than 25% index of similarity allowed. A survey problem worth 5 points will be given in class. Grading will be based on the rubric for the papers given in class. 1. In 200 words, discuss Kant and Utilitarian Ethics. 2. In 300 words, discuss the importance of intellectual property (include copying, licensing, patents, trademarks, copyright.) 3. In 200 words, discuss the ethics and legality of undesired code, hacking, virus/trojan horse/worm. 4. In 200 words, discuss the importance of awareness of harm errors can cause some basic types (round off, races, etc.) errors, legal responsibilities. 5. In 200, words describe the Turing test and the Chinese Room test. At the end, make a statement of what you think about each. 6. In 200 words, discuss (computer related) censorship and its potential effects of human rights. Academic honesty: • Throughout the paper you must give credit to the ideas and words of others. Failure to give credit may be considered plagiarism, which may result from 15 to 100 points depending on the severity. Please read the syllabus and CSUSB Bulletin for policies on plagiarism and cheating. 

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