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Fifth Annual International Symposium on Digital Ethics

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Digital Ethics Book Project Reflection Format
 

Fifth Annual International Symposium on Digital Ethics

CDEP

March 13th, 2015

http://digitalethics.org/events/fifth-annual-international-symposium-on-digital-ethics/

  

Symposium

 

First Impression:

I have no idea what this is about.

 

Quote:

"In the post-Snowden age of big data, what are the arts and humanities for?"

 

Reflection Proper:

Conferences are places where people go to to listen to good speakers talk for hours and hours explain what they think while we slavely listen to whatever they are saying. Most of the time, we go to conferences because we are required to. It is a requirement in class or maybe it is considered as a quiz, some even just give points if one listen to these symposiums but as I look at the events passed because it is already 2016, the presentation titles were nice. There are topics regarding surveillance, privacy, ethics of machines and games, ethics in streaming and downloading music, and many more. These presentations are what we IT students need to go to so once we go to the working world, we can be equipped or even just know how it works.

 

5 Things That I've learned:

Digital Ethics Symposium happened in Friday, November 6, 2015.

It was held in Loyola University Chicago.

There is an organization called Big Boulder Initiative.

This was a fifth meeting.

There is a workshop called Using Social Data for Social Good.

 

5 Integrative Questions:

What is symposium?

What is digital ethics?
How can a symposium help in ethics?

How can organizers make the symposium not to taxing?

How can we prevent problems in the symposium?

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