Well, let's put it this way, having read about all the confusion
caused by missed bits in computer programming I'll be staying
with the more secure areas of photography for some time to come.
My ethical problems in relation to this new technology are almost
on the verge of being simple-minded.
Living in a small city, I tend to have great qualms about uploading
photos of people on the street, in case they may not like it.
These are paltry concerns when compared to the life and death
realities that many computer professionals face daily.
"Computer Ethics and Professional Responsibility"
presents the alarming proposition that cause and effect
are no longer predictable, once computers are involved.
Far from causing fear, this idea has opened up a vast
area of curiosity which should keep my Winter reading very
But the prospect of writing code takes on a
link to social responsibility that may
prove a burden?
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