CS 464 - Topics in Societal Impacts
Last offered Spring 2022
Topics selected from key current areas of impact of computer technology on aspects of society and ethics such as: freedom versus the rule of law in cyberspace; social discourse; privacy; livelihoods and automation; fairness; security; political change; business models; technology divide. Course Information: 3 undergraduate hours. No graduate credit. May be repeated if topics vary. Credit is not given towards a degree from multiple offerings of this course, if those offerings have significant overlap, as determined by the CS department. Prerequisite: CS 225. One of CS 210 or CS 211 or ECE 316 or PHIL 316. One of CS 361 or STAT 400 or STAT 200. Restricted to students with senior standing.
|Topics in Societal Impacts||CAC||73208||LCD||3||1400 - 1515||W F||1109 Siebel Center for Comp Sci||Camille Cobb|