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Math 321

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Study guide for final exam
Basic Statistics
DR. Veiner
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Roger Bozali on Saturday September 3, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to MATH 231 at Towson University taught by DR. Veiner in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 5 views. For similar materials see Basic Statistics in Math at Towson University.

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Date Created: 09/03/16
Roxhers Bozali                                                       Improve Public Understanding of Computing and Its Consequences              During the first industrial revolution, many technological inventions took place and  change the world’s outcome. Therefore, a lot of countries made modifications in their ethics in  order to adopt the new wave of technology. Consequently, this adaptation of industrialization led many countries in becoming industrialized.  However, in these days we are going through  another industrial revolution. This new wave of industrial revolution contains the invention and  the evolution of computers. Computers have become a vital part in our daily life. Therefore, this  massive growth of computer and computer networks has a huge impact in the society. However,  Computers are the most adaptable machine which can affect every human being’s life in a  negative and positive way.              Furthermore, the major cause of this computing progress is that computers cover a vast  amount of applications. These applications give any individual the opportunity to have an easy  access to different areas. So, these applications include different areas such as education, science  art, music, businesses etc. All the professions use multipurpose machine to develop work related  tasks. For example, professors add the computer technology on their curriculum and they force  their students to use it as well. Also, a lot of small businesses rely on the computer network. All  the organizations have develop work ethics around computers. In a few words, computers have  become any person’s best companion because the connection is so powerful.           However, as this fast developing machine grows, it creates many ethical concerns.  The  reason why computers are able to cause ethical concerns is because of each individuals’ total  dependence on them. For example, a lot of humans use computer to solve some problems that  require arithmetic solution as a result to lose their arithmetic abilities. Thus, there is a  misconnection amongst individuals that computers are self­intelligence meaning computers can  complete or perform a task that is inflexible for anyone. This a false view by individuals because  computers cannot perform without taking instructions. Thus, computer don’t have the power to  make decisions because they are programmed to get commands by humans. Humans should limit their relationships with the computer and not getting closer. A lot of users assume that a machine can hold a lot of their personal staffs but they get surprised when their personal life gets exposed  to the network. “You might find a hideous party pic of yourself on Friendster, Facebook, or  another social networking site. Worse, you might remain oblivious to it.”( Steve Mollman ,  paragraph 13. 2008). However, if the users become more cautious with exposing themselves then it shouldn’t be a private violation. “"The real value will be if we can understand the meaning of  all the content that people are sharing, we can provide much more relevant experiences in  everything we do,"( Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s push. 2014).   To sum up, human beings and computers share such a strong bond. This bond can be  unbreakable but it is necessary to be limited. If people limit the usage of computers, they won’t  be creating any ethical concerns.                                                             Work cited Mollman, Steve (2008, September 25). Technology posing ethical questions. Retrieved from  CNN. Cable News Network:    Garling, Galeb. (2014,January 31) .As Artificial Intelligence Grows, so Do Ethical Concerns.  Retrieved from SFGate:­artificial­intelligence­ grows­so­do­ethical­5194466.php


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