Software is eating the world. We developers and architects are a major force influencing software, technology, and the world it creates. We don’t have the privilege of being unaware of our actions. If we really want to create a better world, we must understand the intersection of technology and humanity. We need to open our eyes to the link between ethics and software.
Rotem Hermon shares examples of ethical questions involving software and algorithms, discusses ethical challenges related to technology, sense of self, politics, and truth, and explains what we can do about it.
Rotem Hermon is lead architect at SAP Customer Data Cloud. He has been building and designing backend systems for a long time.
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