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Trolleyspotting
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Trolleyspotting

The Trolley Problem is not for solving, but for exploring.

Computing Ethics and Teaching It
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Computing Ethics and Teaching It

Ethics can and should be presented to computer science students in appropriate ways.

The Virus Analogy and Validation
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The Virus Analogy and Validation

The comparison between organic viruses and computer viruses is compelling.  But why?

Voting as Tallying in Public
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Voting as Tallying in Public

Voting requires common acknowledgement.  Can that be achieved in automation?

The Vote as a Declared Datum
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The Vote as a Declared Datum

A vote is a datum that sheds its original identity but persists.

Voting, Coding, and the Code
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Voting, Coding, and the Code

Voting is more than counting.
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