Community Input for CS2023: Society, Ethics and Professionalism
The current ACM/IEEE/AAAI Computer Science Curricula is approaching ten years old. The CS2023 Steering Committee began efforts to update this important document in spring 2021. The aim of this session is to seek feedback from the community on an advanced draft of the Society, Ethics and Professionalism (SEP) knowledge area. Much has happened in the last decade to shape this area including the role of social media in our daily lives, professional roles and even our elections. Today, fake news, data leaks, hacks and scandals involving personal information are rife. The impact of computing on society has never been more high-stakes, our ethics have never been tested in these ways, and the need for professionalism has never been greater. In this light we seek to gather as many diverse views as possible to help us shape an SEP knowledge area that can serve the community and our students for the next decade.
Thu 16 MarDisplayed time zone: Eastern Time (US & Canada) change
18:30 - 19:20
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Birds of a Feather
Brett Becker University College Dublin, Richard Blumenthal Regis University, Michael Goldweber Xavier University, James Prather Abilene Christian University, Susan Reiser UNC Asheville, Michelle Trim UMass Amherst, Titus Winters GoogleDOI