Study Seeks to Bring More Diverse Voices into Computing Ethics Education
A new study funded by the National Science Foundation is examining the existing computer science ethics curriculum to discover ways of ensuring diversity and inclusivity. Charles Isbell, dean of computing at Georgia Tech, and School of Computer Science Professor Ellen Zegura are co-principal investigators for the three-year, near $400,000 project.
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