Month: July 2018

AdmEthics´s aproved articles in journals and events

By Maria Clara F. D. Costa Ames The Admethics research group maintains this channel of dialogue with the public as a way of sharing reflections on issues that cover moral issues within organizations. Today, in a complementary way, we present a summary of articles published recently in academic journals and articles approved for presentation at […]

Roboethics and artificial Intelligence: The art of coming out of nowhere to go anywhere

The ethics of robots, or roboethics, is a strong candidate to become one of the typical fads of the early 21st century. It is born of a problem that does not exist, and intends to dewater in other problems that will never exist – or, in the worst case, are being examined by a misguided […]

Dan Ariely

Dan Ariely is a senior fellow at the Kenan Institute of Ethics at Duke University. He is also a professor of psychology and behavioral economics at Duke University, where he has been working since 2008. American of Israeli origin, was born in 1967 in New York, became interested in the irrationality of daily behaviors, influenced […]

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