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Big Data, Virginia Woolf, and the Right to be Forgotten | 09/05/14
Michael Fertik, Viktor Mayer-Schönberger, Joshua D. Rothman, Mark Stephens, Julia Taylor Kennedy
As a society, we're still developing vocabulary to talk about data technology and the moral questions it raises. In this first of a series of podcasts on data and privacy, we’ll explore how big data is used and the underlying moral questions that impact how our global economy--and society--develops in this world of increasingly data-driven commerce. » Studio » All Audio, Video, Transcripts

Big Data, Virginia Woolf, and the Right to be Forgotten | 09/03/14
Michael Fertik, Viktor Mayer-Schönberger, Joshua D. Rothman, Mark Stephens, Julia Taylor Kennedy
As a society, we’re still developing vocabulary to talk about data technology and the moral questions it raises. In this first of a series of podcasts on data and privacy, we’ll explore how big data is used and the underlying moral questions that impact how our global economy--and society--develops in this world of increasingly data-driven commerce. » Studio » All Audio, Video, Transcripts

Toward Understanding Our World's Moral Landscape: Carnegie Council's Centennial Projects on a "Global Ethic" | 08/04/14
Devin T. Stewart
As part of its Centennial activities, Carnegie Council launched several projects, including the Global Ethical Dialogues and Thought Leaders Forum, to explore the concept of a "global ethic." Senior Fellow Devin Stewart writes on the highlights from these two projects, including what leading thinkers believe to be the greatest ethical challenges. » Publications » Articles, Papers, and Reports

The Participation Gap | 06/25/14
Devin T. Stewart
"Inequality doesn't result only from differences in income or wealth (the focus of French economist Thomas Piketty). It also has a political dimension, fueled by unequal access to power and the norm that all citizens deserve an equal voice." » Publications » Articles, Papers, and Reports

The Naked Future: What Happens in a World That Anticipates Your Every Move? | 06/09/14
Patrick Tucker
Today we create information in everything that we do, and there is no going back. But instead of seeing this as as a threat, we should seize the opportunity to use it to our advantage, says Patrick Tucker. Big data can improve our lives, offering everything from more informed consumer choices to more accurate and detailed medical data. » Studio » All Audio, Video, Transcripts

Now I Know Who My Comrades Are: Voices from the Internet Underground | 05/20/14
Emily Parker
Authoritarian governments try to isolate individuals from one another, but in the age of social media this is impossible to do. Online, people discover that they are not alone. As one blogger put it, "Now I know who my comrades are." The question is, what's next? » Studio » All Audio, Video, Transcripts

Now I Know Who My Comrades Are: Voices from the Internet Underground | 05/16/14
Emily Parker
Authoritarian governments try to isolate individuals from one another, but in the age of social media this is impossible to do. Online, people discover that they are not alone. As one blogger put it, "Now I know who my comrades are." The question is, what's next? » Studio » All Audio, Video, Transcripts

Attacks on the Press: Journalism on the Front Lines | 05/13/14
Joel Simon, Jacob Weisberg
Journalists have always faced attacks on their freedom to report stories and often on their physical safety as well. Now they face a new threat: digital surveillance. Electronic spying means that journalists cannot protect their sources, and undermines the public's confidence in the media's ability to operate without government interference. » Studio » All Audio, Video, Transcripts

A Conversation with Douglas Rushkoff, Digital Media Expert, Graphic Novelist and Documentarian | 04/30/14
Douglas Rushkoff, James Traub
With the advent of new means of interaction from the TV remote to Twitter, the media became a two-way conversation, says Douglas Rushkoff. But who controls, shapes, and benefits most from these interactions--we the users, or big business? » Studio » All Audio, Video, Transcripts

MODERN WARFARE: Resources from Carnegie Council | 03/20/14
The battlefield has changed dramatically in the 100 years since Carnegie Council was founded, but the organization continues to promote moral leadership and dialogue concerning conflict and war. Here are some of our best materials on the ethics of modern warfare and what new technology and structural changes mean for peace and stability. » Publications » Resource Picks

Technology and Social Justice | 03/17/14
Freeman Dyson
"How can we make ethics drive technology in such a way that the evil consequences are minimized and the good maximized?" In this insightful and visionary 1997 talk, Freeman Dyson looks back at the effects of past innovations and forward to cheap solar energy, genetic engineering of industrial crop plants, and universal access to the Internet. » Publications » Archive » Nizer Lectures (1994–1998)

The Global War for Internet Governance | 03/04/14
Laura DeNardis
Who controls the Internet? Internet governance is so technically and institutionally complex that it takes place mostly out of public view. But Internet control points do exist, and they affect civil liberties, national security, and global innovation policy. Laura DeNardis explains the inner workings of online governance and discusses its future. » Studio » All Audio, Video, Transcripts

The Future of American Warfighting: Lessons of the Contemporary Battlefield | 02/27/14
Noah Shachtman, Patrick J. Mahaney, Jr., Ben FitzGerald
What are the ethical and legal questions raised by unmanned aerial vehicles, drones, and surveillance? How do they affect combatants, decision-makers, and civilians? An expert panel explores these crucial issues. » Studio » All Audio, Video, Transcripts

From Dehumanization to Rehumanization | 02/14/14
Laura Rediehs
"Rehumanization is the restoration of human dignity and the reassertion of the priority of humans above the systems originally intended to serve humanity. If we are to achieve rehumanization, we need to domesticate the techno-economic complex and quell its divisive forces," writes philosophy professor Laura Rediehs. » Publications » Carnegie Ethics Online

Rules of Engagement: The Legal, Ethical and Moral Challenges of the Long War | 02/13/14
Kenneth Anderson, Charles A. Blanchard, Robert Grenier
Can the drone campaign be legally and morally justified? What are the limits to the president's authority when it comes to targeted killing? Don't miss this discussion with Robert Grenier, former CIA counterterrorism director; Charles Blanchard, former general counsel of the U.S. Air Force; and Kenneth Anderson, professor of law at American University. » Studio » All Audio, Video, Transcripts

Mobilize Your People Like Obama: Applying Lessons from the 2012 Campaign to Your Everyday Work | 02/05/14
David Osborne, Julia Taylor Kennedy
In 2012, Barack Obama won a hard-fought victory in a campaign driven by advanced community organizing tactics, big data, and technology. In this lively workshop with Obama campaign alum David Osborne, he and the participants explore how lessons from the campaign can lead everyone to inspire their teams to achieve greater results. » Studio » All Audio, Video, Transcripts

Secrets and Allies: UK and U.S. Government Reaction to the Snowden Leaks | 01/08/14
Alexa van Sickle
Is Edward Snowden a whistleblower, a traitor, or a mixture of both? How should he and the media that published his leaks be treated? Journalist Alexa van Sickle analyzes the different approaches taken by the UK and the U.S., explaining their historical, legal, and cultural underpinnings. » Publications » Carnegie Ethics Online

HUMAN RIGHTS DAY 2013 | 12/09/13
These multimedia resources cover a wide range of human rights issues, including exposing abuses; women's rights; workers' rights in South Asia; human rights in North Korea and China; and lastly, a classic article on world poverty and human rights. » Publications » Resource Picks

Ethics on Film: Discussion of "The Fifth Estate" | 12/03/13
Alex Woodson
"The Fifth Estate" tells the story of Julian Assange and his Wikileaks organization. Since the story is still ongoing, was it too early to make this film? What are Assange's motives--ethics, self-agrandizement, or both? How accurate is the film? At this point, perhaps only the two main characters know for sure. » Publications » Ethics on Film

Informing the News: The Need for Knowledge-Based Journalism | 11/26/13
Thomas E. Patterson
Journalists sorely need more expertise in the topics they report on, such as business, education and geopolitics, says Thomas Patterson, Bradlee Professor of Government and the Press at Harvard. For unless they know their subject area well, they are vulnerable to their sources and their reporting may be skewed or incomplete. » Studio » All Audio, Video, Transcripts

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