EE3014 coursework - Coursework arrangement 1. Every student...

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Coursework arrangement 1. Every student taking the course EE3014 is required to submit an individual essay- type report on one of the topics. However, the topic will be assigned to you by random selection. You will be notified of the topic via email. C-1 It can be argued that every technology has both positive and negative potential consequences. However, the technology itself is neutral. The truth may be that it is in the application of technology that creates ethical issues, which are related to a wide array of topics (i.e. energy, ecology, population, society, health, etc.). To explore this issue, examine the relationship between ethics and technology by comparing three specific technologies in consequential, deontological, and utilitarian effects. C-2 The fact, which can be observed in any engineering organization, that engineers were getting into much more trouble by violating the unwritten laws of professional conduct than by committing technical sins against the well- documented laws of science. Discuss some important unwritten laws of
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This note was uploaded on 01/11/2011 for the course EE 3014 taught by Professor Various during the Spring '10 term at City University of Hong Kong.

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