Response to Jim Moor - Transforming Social Instiutions_Draft2

Response to Jim Moor - Transforming Social Instiutions_Draft2

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Evans Andrew Evans Professor R. Volkman CSC 324-01 25 February 2008 Jim Moor’s article ‘ What is Computer Ethics?’ was merely a philosophy years ago and has since become a reality. The advancements in computers have done more than “transform social institution”, they have revolutionized them. They have opened the door to many new and exciting jobs and opportunities. A revolution which I feel the computer industry brought, is a drastic change and restructuring. Years ago the idea of transforming social institutions with computers was nothing more than an idea. The importance of computers in the social institutions has increased tremendously while creating new social institutions as well. Your typical social institutions would include anything in the educations field, government, family, or other type environments where there is social interaction. Schools now offer entire classes, courses, and even degrees online. Today it is possible to attend school in China with out ever leaving your living room. The ability to video chat with relatives on the other side of
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This note was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course CSC 341 taught by Professor Volkman during the Spring '08 term at S. Connecticut.

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