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Ethics by Design

Virginia Dignum, Maite Lopez-Sanchez, Roberto Micalizio, Juan Pavón, Marija Slavkovik, Matthijs Smakman, Marlies van Steenbergen, Stefano Tedeschi, Leon van der Toree, Serena Villata, Tristan de Wildt, Matteo Baldoni (+7 others)
2018 Proceedings of the 2018 AAAI/ACM Conference on AI, Ethics, and Society - AIES '18  
Ethics by Design concerns the methods, algorithms and tools needed to endow autonomous agents with the capability to reason about the ethical aspects of their decisions, and the methods, tools and formalisms  ...  What are the ethical concerns in the emerging new forms of society, and how do we ensure the human dimension is upheld in interactions and decisions by autonomous * Corresponding author.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Louise Dennis was supported by the EPSRC "Verifiable Autonomy" research project (EP/L024845), Juan Pavón by H2020 FoTRRIS project (665906), and Maite Lopez-Sanchez by the Spanish research  ... 
doi:10.1145/3278721.3278745 dblp:conf/aies/DignumBBCCDGHKL18 fatcat:iidnjyyzljbctjx3mnxow2e64e

Cursing as a Fine Art

W. Sherwood Fox
1919 Sewanee Review  
Whosoever hinders the importa tion of grain into the land of Teos by any device or stratagem, whether by sea or by land, or withholds grain from sale when it has been so imported, may he and  ...  Corinth by the curse of the con quering Mummius.  ... 
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Geo-engineering: a curse or a blessing? [chapter]

Marcel Wissenburg
2019 Rethinking the Environment for the Anthropocene  
For the individual, there is no difference between random climate and climate designed by committee.  ...  It is a special case of the benefits and burdens calculus, which, in the vocabulary of theology and fantasy, asks whether geo-engineering is a curse or a blessing, or in more modern terms (Derrida 1981  ... 
doi:10.4324/9780203731895-11 fatcat:snlqpd26wjavjd7ugn4dvt7apa

The Curse of Totalitarianism and the Challenge of Critical Pedagogy

Henry A. Giroux
2020 Chowanna (2006 -)  
Hence, crucial to any viable notion of critical pedagogy is the necessity for critical educators to be attentive to the ethical dimensions of their own practice.  ...  This suggests the need for educators to rethink the cultural and ideological baggage they bring to each educational encounter; it also highlights the necessity of making educators ethically and politically  ... 
doi:10.31261/chowanna.2020.54.04 fatcat:7i53vn3mcvfnvgb5qvwdneuibu

Law and Ethics: Ethics Associated with Energy Resources Development Operations Exemplified by Petroleum Development Operations in Nigeria

2020 International Affairs and Global Strategy  
Obviously, there are certain ethics, ethical issues or ethical conducts (morally good practices) associated with energy and major natural resources development operations in particular and the entire life-cycle  ...  2030 (the target year proclaimed by the UN) regarding delivery of sustainable modern energy services to all.  ...  Stevens, 'The Resource Curse and How to Avoid It' [2006] 31 (1) The Journal of Energy and Development, 1-20; F. van der Ploeg, 'Natural Resources: Curse Or Blessing?'  ... 
doi:10.7176/iags/81-09 fatcat:f7ypdkdzhfdmnevdnx3xp4c7z4

Turning Curse Side of Nationalism and National Sentiment to Blessing

Pradeep Kumar Giri
2019 Molung Educational Frontier  
The curse side of nationalism and national sentiment can be turned into blessing by properly handling the spirit of nationalism and national sentiment with positive thinking.  ...  These notions can be considered blessing in the sense that they arouse the feeling of unity, nearness, oneness and ownness among the conationals or compatriots; they can be understood as curse in the sense  ...  He believes that nationalism which Gandhi mobilized against British rule in India, for example, was designed to counter what was seen as unjust government by a foreign power.  ... 
doi:10.3126/mef.v9i0.33589 fatcat:r6mlvy724vayfg4364x35pa2ea

«Desert frontiers». The devil of education: a blessing and a curse

Annemarie PROFANTER
2010 Enseñanza & Teaching  
ThE DEVIL OF EDucaTION: a BLEssING aND a cuRsE many males, argues the economic necessity for women to assume a role as cobreadwinners.  ...  ThE DEVIL OF EDucaTION: a BLEssING aND a cuRsE access to defensive means may be determined by countries powerfully influenced by the votes of women.  ... 
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Coping with immigration detention:Social identities as cures and curses

Blerina Kellezi, Mhairi Bowe, Juliet R. H Wakefield, Niamh McNamara, Mary Bosworth
2018 European Journal of Social Psychology  
This study investigated the role played by social identities in the way detainees are affected by, make sense of, and deal with detention.  ...  However, shared identities could also be sources of burden, ostracism, and distress, serving as 'Social Curses'.  ...  Again, they point to mechanisms of Social Curse within the group, but in this case the curse is not only individual (as described by Kellezi & Reicher, 2012) ; it is spread across the group and felt by  ... 
doi:10.1002/ejsp.2543 fatcat:u74oj5s3zzbe5fgl67axet5lyu

Brexit: A Boon or a Curse for Animals Used in Scientific Procedures?

Rachel Dunn
2021 Animals  
This Act was impacted by European Union (EU) Directive 2010/63/EU, and subsequently the ASPA was updated to reflect any changes required.  ...  In 2016, the British public voted to leave the EU, which presented concerns over animal welfare protection and legislation provided by EU law.  ...  Further, it has been highlighted that developments in replacing the use of animals 'occur more by accident than by design' [42] (p. 88).  ... 
doi:10.3390/ani11061547 pmid:34070489 fatcat:7q3sylwt45hlxdjpnwd7ohk35m

Escaping the Resource Curse and the Dutch Disease?

Erling Roed Larsen
2006 The American journal of economics and sociology  
By the 1990s, Norway had caught up with and forged ahead of Denmark and Sweden. When and why did Norway catch up?  ...  But oil alone cannot explain Norway's growth since Sachs and Warner (2001) show that resource-gifts often reverse growth, making oil a curse not a blessing.  ...  My attempted answers, or sketches of answers, must by necessity involve some element of guesswork.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1536-7150.2006.00476.x fatcat:aybaxt2tdbaoraangh2fdz53p4

Medical abortion: is it a blessing or curse for the developing nations?

Sukhwinder Kaur Bajwa, Sukhminderjit Singh Bajwa, Gagandeep Kaur Ghai, Nirankar Singh, Anita Singh, SPS Goraya
2012 Sri Lanka Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology  
We suggest for an urgent need for strict legislations by the government to regulate the supply of drugs used for medical abortion.  ...  Results: Only 49.62% of the patients had complete abortion while rest was reported with incomplete (41.54%), septic (6.54%) or failed abortion (1.15%) or ectopic pregnancy (1.15%).  ...  Acknowledgements We are thankful to all the workers of the rural health centre of our institute who helped us in smoothly conducting this study by arranging the interview.  ... 
doi:10.4038/sljog.v33i3.4015 fatcat:be4xpjqje5buvjc2tlhpt2wisq

Psychiatry in the Digital Age: A Blessing or a Curse?

Carl B. Roth, Andreas Papassotiropoulos, Annette B. Brühl, Undine E. Lang, Christian G. Huber
2021 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
Is this transformation a blessing or a curse for psychiatry?  ...  We found that eHealth services provide effective, scalable, and cost-efficient options for the treatment of people with limited or no access to mental health care.  ...  Psychiatry in the digital age: A blessing or a curse?  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph18168302 pmid:34444055 pmcid:PMC8391902 fatcat:ve77fhm43jdqxkiqem6hn5ydhe

Oil for health in sub-Saharan Africa: health systems in a 'resource curse' environment

Philippe Calain
2008 Globalization and Health  
It defines a peculiar economic and political environment, epitomised by oil extraction in sub-Saharan Africa.  ...  The scope of research on the resource curse should be broadened to include more accurate or comprehensive indicators of destitution (including health components) and more open perspectives on causal mechanisms  ...  This article is exclusively the result of personal work carried out as an independent researcher, and it does not necessarily reflect positions or opinions endorsed by MSF or other organisations.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1744-8603-4-10 pmid:18939986 pmcid:PMC2596095 fatcat:5o2jo3kuy5gnfoevebciroqcgi

The Curse On The Serpent: Genesis 3:15 In Biblical Theology And Hermeneutics

John L Ronning, Tremper Longman
1997 Zenodo  
A History of interpretation of Genesis 3:15, the "First Gospel," followed by the author's own study of the passage  ...  However, that it could also mean ad, de, or cum, from, with, or by, has not yet been proved and indeed never will be proved.  ...  The fact that this little word means "the" and denotes the accusative case has been demonstrated, authenticated, and admitted by all Hebraists, Jews and Christians, in all grammars.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1299378 fatcat:ord4panlobbr3dert2x5g7n46q

MONEY CONTESTATION: PROSTITUTION SNARE SPG (SALES PROMOTION GIRL) IN INDAH HANACO'S THE CURSE OF BEAUTY NOVEL

Fiqih Aisyatul Farokhah
2019 Aksara  
This reality is represented in Indah Hanaco's novel "The Curse of Beauty". Thus, this paper reveals the representation of women sexuality in her novel.  ...  Then, how does the education affect SPG's life in The Curse of Beauty novel?. Next, how do money and education affect SPG in the prostitution world?.  ...  In postmodern society, sexuality is colored by all short of a sexual phenomenon which contradicts to the ethics or social norms.  ... 
doi:10.29255/aksara.v31i1.356.69-90 fatcat:gmiogigqnjhxxll4hfgsmiwmle
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