Teaching Data Ethics: Foundations and Possibilities from Engineering and Computer Science Ethics Education
Hoffmann, Anna Lauren
Cross, Katherine Alejandra
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Ethical, social, and other considerations have been acknowledged as important for data science education. However, research is only beginning to emerge on how such considerations are being incorporated into data science curricula. This review of literature reflects an attempt to systematically trace connections and disjunctions between data science ethics education and its precursors in engineering and computer science ethics education.
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