CS 195: Social Implications of Computing
CS 195: Social Implications of Computing (Spring 2015, UC Berkeley). Instructor: Professor John S. Denero. CS 195 is a discussion-intensive course about the social implications of computing. Topics include electronic community; the changing nature of work; technological risks; the information economy; intellectual property; privacy; artificial intelligence and the sense of self; climate change; professional ethics. Students will lead discussions on additional topics.