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Where We Need Better AI Disclosure and Responsibility

There are a lot of contract and gig jobs in the world today. It used to be this type of work was widely spread throughout programming and technology, but these days many types of jobs are commonly completed using contract … Continue reading

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Women’s History Month and Being Better

This month is Women’s History Month, and it’s a chance to stop and think about the impact that women have had in history. After reading Monica Rathbun’s post on being a women in the SQL Server community, I wanted to … Continue reading

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Giving Computers Ethics

I was reading a fascinating paper recently about autonomous cars. I’m actually excited about having a car that can drive itself, though I think this is likely quite a few years away, despite the hype. Ever since I read Red Thunder, … Continue reading

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The Pressure to Compromise Ethics

There have always been those that seek to defraud, deceive or mislead their customers. In order to do this, someone inside an organization has always been willing to pressure employees to compromise their ethics and morals. Construction companies may use … Continue reading

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