Ethical Computing is a blog that organizes original writings on information and digital ethics, information governance, data privacy, knowledge management, AI automation, digital transformation, and more. The articles reflect an interdisciplinary approach that fuses ethical analysis and IT business analysis. It draws from fields such as philosophy, law, information governance, and enterprise content management. Its intended audience is practitioners, scholars and students in the information fields.
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Content Ethics section added to Special Topics page. Introductory article added to section.
AIIM Presentation: Digital Ethics and ECM: A Design Perspective
Article: “AI, Records, and Accountability“. ARMA Magazine.
Ethics for Records and Information Management
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