Watching a train wreck
Professor Kirsten Martin promotes balance of moderation and engagement in technology ethics.
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2022 Book Recommendations for Ethical Leadership
The University of Notre Dame Deloitte Center for Ethical Leadership, located within the Mendoza College of Business, released their annual list of “Best Books for Ethical Leaders.”
The future of tech ethics and Notre Dame’s Technology Ethics Center
ND Stories sat down with professor Kirsten Martin to learn about the Tech Ethics center and how it’s helping to shape the future of our relationship with tech.
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ND TEC affiliate Yong Suk Lee receives NSF Grant to study AI adoption and implementation
IT, Analytics, and Operations professor Nicholas Berente is a co-principal investigator on a grant to research how adopting AI impacts workers and productivity at small and medium-sized manufacturing enterprises (SMEs).
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Amazon keeps growing, and so does its cache of data on you
“You can almost see them (Amazon) just trying to paint a broader picture of an individual,” tech ethics expert and professor at Mendoza College of Business Kirsten Martin said in a piece by the Associated Press. “It’s about the inferences that they’re able to draw about you specifically, and then you compared to other people.”
If Elon Musk restores Trump’s Twitter account, it could pave the way for other platforms to do the same
CNN Business quoted tech ethics professor Kirsten Martin on what the effects may be in the industry if Twitter under the leadership of Elon Musk reverses President Trump's ban.
Musk’s ‘free speech’ push for Twitter: Repeating history?
Kirsten Martin, ethics professor at the Mendoza College of Business, was quoted in a piece by the Associated Press about Elon Musk's plans for recently acquired Twitter.
The downside of loyalty: Study reveals why some organizational cover-ups go unchecked
New research from the University of Notre Dame management professor Timothy Kundro identifies two common types of cover-ups and reveals why some are allowed to continue unchecked.
Annual Mendoza, Deloitte Center Ethics Week focuses on empathy
The Observer covered the 24th annual Ethics Week presentations and discussions that focused on this year’s theme: Beginning with Empathy: Listening and Learning from Others.
Lecture series looks at the problem of truth in the age of deepfakes
Fakery certainly isn’t a new concept, but in the past few years, the phenomenon of the “deepfake” has taken the practice of disinformation to a whole new — and often scary — level. The University of Notre Dame’s Ten Years Hence Speaker Series will explore “News, Fake News and Deep Fakes. How Do We Know […]