More about technology ethics:
Collection and use of personal data.
The use of personal data for employment, housing and other decisions that impact a person’s life.
The use of surveillance technologies.
Fairness and bias in algorithms.
Fairness and bias in AI.
The use of AI to make critical decisions.
The use of AI to make a medical diagnosis.
Ethical implications of the development and use of robots.
The use of robotic systems in surgery.
Ethics of self-driving cars and their decisions.
Informed consent for medical research.
Bioethics and the use of biotechnology.
Ethical concerns related to genetic testing, gene editing and genetic privacy.
The use of genetic information in insurance and employment decisions.
Ethical issues related to cloning.
Ethics related to implantable medical devices such as pacemakers.
The obligation to protect systems and data from cybersecurity threats.
Accountability and liability for cybersecurity incidents.
Transparency about cybersecurity incidents.
The ethics of hacking for security testing purposes.
The energy use of technology such as cryptocurrency.
The environmental impact of technology.
Transparency regarding the energy consumption and environmental impact of technology services.
The protection of whistleblowers who disclose unethical use of technology.
Internet of things and the embedding of networked devices into everyday things.
The impact of social media on society.
The impact of algorithms that suggest content on society.
Internet censorship and its impact on freedom of speech and society in general.
The digital divide and providing equal access to technology and technology education.
Energy production and its environmental and social impact.
Greenwashing and the inaccurate promotion of technologies as environmentally friendly.
Risks related to nuclear power and weapons.
3D printing and intellectual property infringement.
The use of copyrighted material by machine learning.
Risks related to nanotechnology.
The impact of drones on quality of life.
The use of drones for surveillance.
Risk and ethics of autonomous military technology.
Cyborgs and direct brain-computer communication.
Disposal and recycling of electronic waste.
Risks and pollution related to space junk.
Environmental impact of rocket launches.
Misinformation and the creation and dissemination of deepfake content.
Social problems created by technology such as technology addiction.
Ethics of enhancing human abilities using technology.
Privacy, freedom and smart city technology.
The use of AI in education.
Screen time and its impact on children.
Social credit systems and their impact on society and quality of life.
Ethics of using AI to make decisions where no human understands how the decision was made.