This book examines the effect of Information Technology on our lives, illustrating how a lack of proper social control over IT has led to a scene of technological wizardry and real everyday gains, contaminated by discrimination, deprivation and unacceptable ethical standards. The book states the case, analyses the mistakes, hits hard at those responsible for these, offers ways of ensuring that we all get the benefits of IT, and argues the need to put some integrity into technology.
intelligence confined by tunnel vision, unable to fathom its place in human valuation, everyday life, or ecological ... The Integrity of Intelligence spotlights the importance of the relationship between the two concepts in the title, ...
Author: Bryan Glastonbury
Category: Social Science